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#7052471 - 01/25/18 09:46 AM Anneal
Critterskinner Offline
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Registered: 01/15/15
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Loc: Texas
I currently use a Ballistic Edge case neck annealer but I am interested in one of the induction annealers. Anyone have any experience with the induction annealers?

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#7052584 - 01/25/18 11:16 AM Re: Anneal [Re: Critterskinner]
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Ask Judd, he has one.

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#7052618 - 01/25/18 11:36 AM Re: Anneal [Re: Critterskinner]
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I broke down and bought the Annealing Made Perfect unit and it is worth the cost. Highly recommend it.
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#7052716 - 01/25/18 12:53 PM Re: Anneal [Re: Critterskinner]
Critterskinner Offline
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I will have to check out the Annealing Made Perfect unit. I was looking at the EZ-Anneal.


Edited by Critterskinner (01/25/18 12:53 PM)

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#7052779 - 01/25/18 01:48 PM Re: Anneal [Re: Critterskinner]
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The AMP is easy to use and precise on heating

Provided you used brass with known data
Or submit your brass to them

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#7052808 - 01/25/18 02:09 PM Re: Anneal [Re: Critterskinner]
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Originally Posted By: Critterskinner
I will have to check out the Annealing Made Perfect unit. I was looking at the EZ-Anneal.


I have the BenchSource, I love it. Easy to use.

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#7052822 - 01/25/18 02:26 PM Re: Anneal [Re: TackDriver]
Critterskinner Offline
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Registered: 01/15/15
Posts: 31
Loc: Texas
Originally Posted By: TackDriver
Originally Posted By: Critterskinner
I will have to check out the Annealing Made Perfect unit. I was looking at the EZ-Anneal.


I have the BenchSource, I love it. Easy to use.


I already have a Ballistic Edge annealer that uses torches. I am looking at the induction models.

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#7052882 - 01/25/18 03:23 PM Re: Anneal [Re: TackDriver]
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Originally Posted By: TackDriver
Originally Posted By: Critterskinner
I will have to check out the Annealing Made Perfect unit. I was looking at the EZ-Anneal.


I have the BenchSource, I love it. Easy to use.


I started with a Giraud, then a Benchsource, then the AMP. The AMP is significantly easier and safer to use. Wish I would have started with it from day 1 along with a Giraud trimmer.

That EZ Annealer looks very similar to the AMP, and have no experience with it, so cannot offer advice on choosing between those two.
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#7053125 - 01/25/18 07:16 PM Re: Anneal [Re: jeffbird]
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Originally Posted By: jeffbird
Originally Posted By: TackDriver
Originally Posted By: Critterskinner
I will have to check out the Annealing Made Perfect unit. I was looking at the EZ-Anneal.


I have the BenchSource, I love it. Easy to use.


I started with a Giraud, then a Benchsource, then the AMP. The AMP is significantly easier and safer to use. Wish I would have started with it from day 1 along with a Giraud trimmer.

That EZ Annealer looks very similar to the AMP, and have no experience with it, so cannot offer advice on choosing between those two.


Yup, I mis-read OP post. If I shoot a ton of ammo, the AMP would be my pick, but its too expensive for my style of shooting, so I settled for the Benchsource. I agree that the AMP is a great annealer.

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#7053291 - 01/25/18 09:22 PM Re: Anneal [Re: Critterskinner]
hidalgo Offline
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Registered: 06/10/13
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Iíve got the AMP unit and think it is fantastic.

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