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    Cool M1 Garand Enbloc reloader

    My buddy Elwyn, he does all my reloading, invited me over today to see his cool new M1 Garand Enbloc reloader. He just got done making it and it was pretty darn cool.

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    One word... AWESOME!!!!!

    How do I get one?

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    Lovely!!!Are You sure that wasn't Orest?
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    Cool.

    Weren't there a couple of these auctioned on ebay a year or two ago? One was wood, the other metal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cuppednlocked View Post
    Cool.

    Weren't there a couple of these auctioned on ebay a year or two ago? One was wood, the other metal.

    Yes there were. This is metal and it has been anodized. Just a little classier look then the ones I saw on ebay, in my opinion. I don't know how to get one of these. Elwyn just made it, he's an engineer by trade and has a machine shop near him to do his bidding.

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    Have him think about building more and come up with a price. I think there's a market for this.

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    Just to be sure on the loader, I'm not inferring that Elwyn designed the loader, JCG did that. Elwyn just used the drawings put out by someone called "foundry ray". Elwyn did not design the loader and doesn't want to take credit for it. The link below is the source for the drawings.

    Elwyn is not going to build or sell these for monetary gain.

    Elwyn simply built one for his own use due to the difficulty that he has loading the clips with the arthritis in his hands.

    http://www.foundry.ray-vin.com/cliploader/

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    OK! OK! You don't have to shout! Gosh! I had no idea there were plans out there for this thing! I thought it was an original invention of Elwyn's and he did a beautiful job building it! All my best to the Gentleman for making this and sharing it with us.

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    Man..That would make my life easier. I'm all thumbs when loading enblocs. I bet that gent could sell more than a few of those. Ingenious

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    Thanks for the ideas..nice machine..

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