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Monday 27 July, 2020
The idea is nice, but even with a gradual slope I ended up with rounds setting eachother off. As the round goes down the spring it picks up a good amount of speed and smacks into the loaded round bin. Scared the crap out of me and sent shrapnel everywhere.
Rating: (1 of 5 Stars!)
Thursday 14 November, 2019
Cool and fun add-on works great for my 9mm and 223 reloading.
Rating: (5 of 5 Stars!)
Saturday 22 June, 2019
I use it for 45ACP. Probably one problem every 1k rounds. Negligible issue to deal with. I like it regardless.
Rating: (5 of 5 Stars!)

DAA Output Chute and Spring

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Manufacturers: Double-Alpha Academy

Description:

The DAA Output Chute can be attached to any reloading press, hanging onto the same bracket which usually holds the Akro-Bin, and replacing it.

The long, 120cm (4ft) feed spring enables you to run the ammo down to a container on the floor, sparing you the need to empty that bin as you reload, and uncluttering your reloading press.

This Output Chute is also designed to clip on below the output ramp of the DAA Automatic Brass Marker, and can be used there to output the ammo down to a container on the floor or below your workbench.

This Chute has been tested to work perfectly with all pistol caliber ammo (9-40), although some types of 0.45 bullets have been seen to hang up occasionally. It works well with .223 rifle ammo too. It is designed to handled loaded ammo, not brass, which is more likely to hang-up.

 

Reviews (3)

Monday 27 July, 2020
The idea is nice, but even with a gradual slope I ended up with rounds setting eachother off. As the round goes down the spring it picks up a good amount of speed and smacks into the loaded round bin. Scared the crap out of me and sent shrapnel everywhere.
Thursday 14 November, 2019
Cool and fun add-on works great for my 9mm and 223 reloading.
Saturday 22 June, 2019
I use it for 45ACP. Probably one problem every 1k rounds. Negligible issue to deal with. I like it regardless.
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