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Star Reloaders / Ma bullet feeder
« Last post by Cousin Daniel on Yesterday at 08:07:36 pm »
Could someone please explain how this unit works.

I watched the video varmintpopper
Posted and I am uncertain what happens at the end.

Does the feeder drop the bullet or is the bullet started and then the shuttle retracts?
WTS - M-A Systems EASY LOADER bullet feeders two available $500 each plus shipping

WTS - M-A Systems ROTO- EASE Auto Indexers two 3 available $350 each plus shipping

Both include set up and operations instructions

PM text call for pics or details




Stars Want to Sell/Want to Buy / Re: Star collection liquidation
« Last post by Rich on May 23, 2022, 06:57:33 pm »
     Howdy, sent you a text regarding press parts.  Springs , misc parts etc.  pkg or 8.
Stars Want to Sell/Want to Buy / Star collection liquidation
« Last post by Cousin Daniel on May 22, 2022, 06:06:48 pm »
I am selling my collection of stars minus a star progressive I modified to be separated bullet seating and crimping press. I have had alot of unexpected expenses this year and thought I had caught a break but that was quickly short lived. I am selling everything at a fair price and I will be negotiable on prices if you do not think the price is fair. This equipment and accessories I have never used, I bought it with the intention but I never followed through.  Let my loss be your gain

Please email for pictures as I can't seem to upload any I took with my phone.

1. Star universal 45 acp with case feeder $450 +$70 ship
2. Phelps universal 45 acp with case feeder $300+$70 ship
3. Star progressive 38 spl with case feed, indexer, ext powder $350+$70 ship
4 . MA ROTO INDEXER $150 sold
5. MA ROTO INDEXER S150 sold
6. MA case ejector  $100 sold
7. Old time reloader star case kicker $35 shipped

1. New 00 bar set up for bushings $40 plus 10 ship
2. Two original thin brass bars $15 ship ed
3. 00 bush 5. Grain bullseye $8 shiped
4. 00 bush 3.5 grain bullseye $8 shiped
5. 00 bush 5. Grain true blue $8 shiped
6. 00 bush 7.2 grain hs6 $8 shiped

Star press parts
1. Powder slide spring $5 sold
2. Powder slide spring $5 sold
3. Primer punch spring $5 sold
4. Tool head spring $5 sold
5. Safety cam spring $5 sold
6. Steel ball spring $5 sold
7. De capping pin kit $5 sold
8. Random rusty parts $5 sold

I will combine shipping and get an accurate price on anything you want.

I can text you pictures or email



I am located in Hopkins County Kentucky

Payment I would prefer usps money order or a friend and family discrete paypal.
Stars Want to Sell/Want to Buy / Re: M.A. Systems Bullet feeder
« Last post by .50bmg on May 21, 2022, 01:12:12 pm »
Lindy PM sent.
Stars Want to Sell/Want to Buy / Re: M.A. Systems Bullet feeder
« Last post by varmintpopper on May 20, 2022, 01:48:53 am »
Thanks for the lead on the bullet feeder. don't want the indexer but did make Him an offer on the M.A. System bullet feeder. awaiting His answer, We will see.

Good Shooting

Survey Says... / Re: Foreign IP addresses banned?
« Last post by Humbo on May 15, 2022, 04:08:09 am »
I got it sorted out. I tried from another computer on the same network, and I could access the site. Very strange. I deleted all my browser data, and now I can luckily access the site again without using a US proxy.
Stars Want to Sell/Want to Buy / Re: WTB 44 mag dies and shell plate
« Last post by Cousin Daniel on May 10, 2022, 10:55:15 pm »
The search is placed on hold due to unexpected expenses for moment.
Star Reloaders / Re: What is the diameter of your neck expander?
« Last post by rbwillnj on May 10, 2022, 01:20:45 pm »
I don't really recommend going with a larger sizer.   First of are you are really overworking the brass.   Sizing it way down then expanding it back up.   Brass gets work hardened and you will significantly shorten the life of the brass.   Also, with the larger expander you will tend to build up a lot of brass on the expander.  With thinner brass like 32 S&WL you end up tearing the case.  Probably won't tear a 45 ACP case, but your will notice a lot more drag as you raise the tool head.

So, what's the alternative.   Hone the carbide ring so you are not oversizing the case.   The carbide ring of a typical 45 ACP sizing die has an ID of ~0.467".   When you size Federal brass you end up with a case that accepts a 0.449" pin gauge.   You will probably get different results with different brass.    I recently honed out a 45 ACP sizing die to 0.471".   With the Federal brass I was using, this yields a case that accepts a 0.451" pin gauge.

Bruce Williams
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