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Reloading Ammunition
 By Mike Coviello (Tanner)

Removing a bullet from a round of ammunition is quick and easy with this gizmo that looks like a hammer. You just whack it a few times and the bullet comes out.

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Impact Bullet Puller Review
Frankford Arsenal Quick-N-Ez

  
  

RECOMMENDATION - BUY ONE! If you reload your own ammunition your are going to have to take apart some of your reload mistakes in order to reuse the bullet, primer, gunpowder and casing. The Frankford Arsenal Quick-N-Ez Impact Bullet Puller is a great little tool that is cheap and easy to use.

 

Frankford Arsenal Quick-N-Ez Impact Bullet Puller
G
etting Ready To Break A Round
of 9MM Ammunition Apart

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Reloading Equipment

Why Do You Need One?

When you reload your own ammunition you are bound to make mistakes. Sometimes you may find you even have a dud primer. Instead of throwing the round of ammunition away, with a puller you can disassemble the round into it's component parts (bullet, gunpowder, casing and primer) and reuse them. Every reloader needs one.

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Impact bullet pulller Removing a bullet  
Impact (Inertia/Collet) End Results

How An Impact Bullet Puller Works

The nice thing about them are their simplicity of design. A round of ammunition is placed in a collet then positioned in the head of a hammer-looking device and held in place by the rim of it's casing. The "hammer" is then struck against an object such as a piece of wood. The sudden stop at impact relies on the momentum of the bullet to continue forward and pull apart from the casing releasing the gunpowder within. The bullet and gunpowder are contained inside the head of the puller. Note - since most impact impact pullers are made from plastic it is recommended not to strike them against hard surfaces such as steel or concrete. Wooden surfaces, such as a 2x4 work fine.

How To Use It

Bullet Puller with 9mm round. Collet of a bullet puller. 9mm round in a collet
Puller with 9mm round. Choose a collet. Insert round into collet.
Pulling the bullet from a 9mm  Luger Center it in bullet puller. Install bullet puller cap.
Insert into the head. Place in center. Screw on retainer cap. Snug tight.
Bullet removal. Strike bullet puller against wooden surface. Hitting the  bullet puller against wooden surface.
Ready to go. Strike against wooden surface. Impact forces ammo apart.
Parts of a bullet (round of ammunition). Empty bullet case Bullet components
Unscrew cap. Empty contents. Casing still in collet. Bullet & gunpowder can be reused.

Frankford Arsenal Quick-N-Ez Impact Bullet Puller
Item model number: 836017

Product Description - When you need to pull some bullets, for whatever reason, an impact-style tool is the easiest method. Just one stern “whack” and it's separated from the brass. It is as easy as that. Three different collets are included allowing you to pull from just about every caliber from 22 Hornet to 45-70, whether rimmed or rimless. Versatility like that makes this the only one to have. Don’t wait until you need it!

Product Features - Three different collets are included allowing you to pull from just about every caliber from 22 Hornet to 45-70, whether rimmed or rimless.

Owner's Manual/Instructions
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Front Side Back Side Package

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Mike Coviello is a former aerospace engineer, now Web Designer/SEO Consultant. Hobbies include shooting zombies & reloading ammunition.
 


 

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RELOADING AMMUNITION

Reloading Equipment
1. Equipment
The Components Of Ammunition
2. Components
Cleaning Brass Cases For Reloading
3. Brass Cases
Making Reloads On A Press
4. Know How