WINNER DRAWN***GIVEAWAY*** Redding Model No.5 Powder Trickler

76Highboy

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OK Folks, here is the giveaway and the rules for the giveaway. Look forward to 2020 because we will start having more giveaways and hopefully on a weekly basis.

This giveaway has been provided by Redding Reloading (see pic below) and they are providing a Redding Model. No.5 Powder Trickler. If you ever use a Redding Model No.5... you'll never go back to anything else. It's solid, it's smooth, it stays in place, and like everything Redding manufactures they did not cut any corners with this trickler. IMO, this is the best trickler on the market... hands down!!!

Rules for giveaway:

1) You must be an active member on this forum. If you come to join to win and leave without being active I will redo the drawing. In other-words, I will check the winner's activity and if they have no posts within the last few weeks, I will redraw. My goal is to show appreciation to these great companies and the loyal members who make this forum a great place. So, make sure you jump in and comment.

2) Within this thread, in order to be in the drawing, you must:

A) Thank Redding for being supportive of the forum and for providing for the giveaway.
B) Share with the forum what equipment you reload on and what your favorite caliber is.
C) A photo of your reloading bench, ammo, spent cases, a firearm or anything related to this forum, that will get your name put in twice for the drawing.
D) No pessimistic comments. If you do not have a use for what the company is providing then don't comment. These comments will be deleted by Highboy.
E) Thread for giveaway will be closed on Thursday, December 5th.

3) Lastly, if at anytime an individual shows poor sportsmanship or they have negative things to say about the companies they will be benched from the giveaways and possibly banned from the forum. I state this because so far all of our members get along like family and it will remain that way. In other-words, the bad apple has to go.
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I want to thank Redding for the support of the forum. As you can see I do have a trickler so If someone else wins this one I won't be upset about it. I do plan on purchasing a Redding T-7 to replace the Lee four hole turret, that should round out the bench which I will be upgrading again. So far I think my Dillon Square Deal B for my .45 1911 is the one I've used most. I just started loading for my .303 Brit and my new 30-06 and that will be what I use the T-7 for when I get one. Sorry Highboy, I don't own a 30-30 but I am following along anyway and who knows what the future will bring when I finally retire and have more leisure time. If you look under the bench at all those boxes, they are all full of lead bullets I bought from a friend at work, 9mm, .45, .380, .357, .30, 7mm. His father-in-law passed away and I got quite a haul of equipment and components including 6 sets of dies, that Lee press next to my Mec shot press, a set of cartridge gauges for several different calibers, and various other things all for 200 dollars. Since I don't own any of those calibers except for the .45 guess they will just have to serve as an incentive.

By the way, Highboy, on this forum I come on as infobros, but on your YouTube live streams I come on as Anthony Infantino for some reason. I'm glad you like the name, It has served me well for 61 years. I don't know if I will ever win anything but that doesn't matter, I love watching and learning about this new (to me) hobby. I'll keep using the links when I buy new stuff, you keep putting new content out there for us to follow. Thanks.



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Reb Tyree

Hand Press
First I would like to say Thank You to Highboy and to "Redding" for sponsoring the giveaway. I can't say enough great things about Redding, they make awesome reloading equipment!!!

My main bench is out in the garage. I have my "Rcbs Rock Chucker press" that I use as my decapping station and my Hornady LNL progressive press mounted to that bench. I have a case prep area on the garage bench that has my Rcbs powered case trimmer and my Rcbs powered case prep machine and my brass tumbler.

I also have a portable reloading bench that I can move around as needed. This is where my "Redding T7 Turret press" is mounted. Since I got my "Redding T7 Turret press," I use it more than my other presses.

I have attached two photos, in the photo of my garage reloading bench. You will also see the giveaway, the "Redding Powder Trickler." Which I won from "Highboy's Giveway" earlier in the year. The Redding Powder Trickler is the best I have ever used!!! So I will opt out for this giveaway. 1669 1670
 

sgtsandman

Hand Press
First, I want to thank Redding for supporting the forum and Highboy's channel like they do and to Highboy for doing all that he does both here and on the channel. It is a real labor of love and brotherhood to put forth the amount of time, money, and energy that he does.

I currently do not have a bench or equipment for reloading but plan to do so in the future. I come here to learn and interact with the fine people of this forum and with whom I chat with during the live streams. As far as a favorite caliber? I suppose it would be .45ACP for pistol and .308 Winchester for rifle.

In preparation for when I do reload, I do have a bit of ammo and some spent casings collected. Sadly, I don't have more spent casings than I do but one has to start somewhere.
 
I think it’s fantastic that Highboy is providing these give aways. Wow what a great act of kindness by Redding to give out some of their products. I have always thought Redding’s quality was top notch and have used their dies for many calibers. Especially those calibers where consistency is key. I recently purchased my first press from Redding and could not be happier. Thanks Redding.
 

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Big thanks to Redding for being a channel sponsor. A T7 turret press is going to be a future purchase of mine.

My bench is in a repurposed garage and I currently have a Lee Classic Turret press. Black Friday sales were good and I purchased a RCBS Supreme Master Kit and then after the New Year I will be purchasing a Dillon XL750 :). I have an Inline Fabrication mounting system and other products from Dan.

I don't really have a favorite caliber, but the 30-30 series is great. I currently load 9mm, .223, and 300 Blk. I am in the process of getting other equipment to load 30-30, 308 Win and 40 S&W. Eventually I will have my Ruger GP100 and start loading 357 and 38 Spc. I do wish to get something in 44 mag. Maybe another lever action?

Thank you Highboy for the channel, I have been learning alot.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all!
 

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walterbunning

Administrator
That is a great give-away. Thanks so much to Redding, not only for this give-away, but for all the support they have given to all of us over the years. In the photo below, my T7 press is foremost in the frame. I, like many others, have multiple presses, but the T7 has become my “go-to”.

I load mostly for revolvers, but also shoot some semi-auto gear. I think my favorite caliber would be the .45 Colt. It allows me to shoot 3 variants: 45LC, 45 Schofield, and now the 45 Cowboy Special. Those rounds in the photo are the Schofields I was loading up during Highboy’s livestream this afternoon. It’s a 160grain RF bullet that I cast and powder coat expressly for Schofield and Cowboy Special..

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Thanks to Redding and Highboy for making this contest possible. I reload using a Hornady LNL AP for pistol and my Lee Turret converted to single stage for rifle. Here is a picture of my sanctuary. I just started about 8 months ago. I have picked up 2 reloading lots for cheap so it looks like I have been doing this for years when you see my equipment and supplies.
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5280Reloader

Hand Press
It's awesome that Redding is supporting the forum. Win or not, they're a great company. I don't have much in the line of Redding gear, but I would like to replace my current trickler with this one. As you can see, I use my current trickler on my wall mounted scale set up. The Redding would be a nice upgrade. The other photo is of my bench. I am in the process of cleaning this Daniel Defense AR for my work partner. He asked me how I clean so I told him I'd clean his rifle for Christmas. As far as what I like to reload, 223, 45, 380 and other specific big game caliber bullets. Onward and upward Highboy!
 

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walterbunning

Administrator
A great big thanks to 76 Highboy and Redding for this great giveaway . I am new to Reloading and I just got my first press and yes its a Redding Big Boss 2. Im certain that Santa is going to get me the Redding 3BR powder measure and scale. Hopefully by the first of the year I should be reloading . View attachment 1685
Nice. For the new reloader, this is the kind of space you need to consider when starting up.
 

5280Reloader

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Thanks to Redding and Highboy for making this contest possible. I reload using a Hornady LNL AP for pistol and my Lee Turret converted to single stage for rifle. Here is a picture of my sanctuary. I just started about 8 months ago. I have picked up 2 reloading lots for cheap so it looks like I have been doing this for years when you see my equipment and supplies.View attachment 1677
Great looking room, complete with the RatPack!
 

5280Reloader

Hand Press
Big thanks to Redding for being a channel sponsor. A T7 turret press is going to be a future purchase of mine.

My bench is in a repurposed garage and I currently have a Lee Classic Turret press. Black Friday sales were good and I purchased a RCBS Supreme Master Kit and then after the New Year I will be purchasing a Dillon XL750 :). I have an Inline Fabrication mounting system and other products from Dan.

I don't really have a favorite caliber, but the 30-30 series is great. I currently load 9mm, .223, and 300 Blk. I am in the process of getting other equipment to load 30-30, 308 Win and 40 S&W. Eventually I will have my Ruger GP100 and start loading 357 and 38 Spc. I do wish to get something in 44 mag. Maybe another lever action?

Thank you Highboy for the channel, I have been learning alot.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all!
Good looking bench. You will love the 750. I just got one and have had my issues with it but they have all been due to user error. Highboy's videos are spectacular, they lined me out. Just go slow, double check everything and if something isn't smooth, stop and fix it!
 
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