Bullet Puller Hammers For Sale!
The Bullet Puller is a unique piece of equipment. It's actually a hydraulic excavator that was designed and built by the Czech company CEN. A few companies, like Bullet Proof, have been selling them in the United States for the past several years, but this is the first one designed and built in the United States. So what makes this particular machine so special?
The " Bullet Proof " trademark bullet puller hammers are powered by a unique high-speed rotary hammer that allows them to operate at much greater speed than other similar equipment. The secret lies in the "spinner head" which is made out of a diamond composition. This method of operation results in the creation of very little drag or resistance, so you can really get some serious leverage with these things.
If you're looking for an ideal hunting or self defense tool, then these types of tools could be the ideal solution. This is the reason why they have been commonly used for years in the military. However, recently this product has made its way to civilians. Although they can take a lot of abuse, they are also designed to be tough. Just take a look at these pros and cons below.
Pros: High Speed For starters, it's a fact that the kinetic bullet puller hammers have high speeds. As you probably know, this is one advantage that many different manufacturers have when designing and manufacturing them. This then translates into high torque. In other words, you can use them to make quick work of heavier targets. A couple of pro videos that you might find helpful include one that features police officers using the product to pull car doors open (watch around 4 min mark).
In addition to high speed, you can count on them to last long if you use it properly. You won't have to worry about them breaking or malfunctioning even in worst case scenario i.e. if you shoot them out of anger.
Cons: High RPMs can be dangerous especially in a gun fight. But then again, so can anything with fasteners. In the military this might be used to simulate exploding ammo. But then again for general purposes it can be pretty helpful. And it is quite fun using the hydraulic and magnetic discharge to propel your BB into any part of the enemy's body it wants.
The first thing I did when buying a set of the velocity airsoft guns is to find a set that was suitable for what I needed. The bullet puller hammers were perfect for what I needed, fast and efficient. This is how I found the velocity 50 caliber RCBS Inertial bullet puller. I found out that the Rubber Diameter Air Soft Rubber Grip is good for my needs.
It was very easy and fun to shoot these. They shoot very hard, faster then I ever have shot before, and they make clean rubber shots every time. My new favorite weapon in my pack. The Rubber Diameter Air Soft Rubber Grip is the only tool I need.
The next thing I bought was a modified 1 year ago MIG welding gun, the same one that my friend got. He loved it. I got a nice set of velocity airsoft guns, including the bullet puller, and am starting to like welding too. I just ordered the welding gun and put it on eBay and put some extra money into it for when my other tools get broke. My friend will probably be picking it up from me in a couple weeks, because mine were already delivered and in my garage.
The first gun that I ordered was a modified MIG welding gun, and I am having trouble finding a new one now. I am going to try the stainless steel bullet pusher instead. I am going to use the same kind of ammo and same type of bbs as my friend uses for his. The PMC PMI link has a couple of modified versions for sale on there, so I figured it might be something worth looking into.
The PMC PMI link says it is a heavy duty gun, which it is, but it shoots plastic BBs so it is not going to chomp down your throat like the original one did. The bbs are made with a stainless steel spring, so I am assuming it is still working fine. It is also assembled in a timely fashion, so it could be something to look forward to, especially considering my lack of experience welding. I have been welding for two years, but I have yet to see anything like what I have just seen on the site. I am very interested to see how the next few months will go, because right now my mind is on buying my first pair of bullet pushers.
If you are planning on buying your own bullet pusher, you owe it to yourself to check out what I am about to tell you about my first experience, because this could very well be the best purchase decision you ever make. The PMC PMI link tells me that this is a gun that can take a beating and stand up to it, so I know it will last longer than the original one. They have a sale price of around 9 dollars on their website, so this gun should fit right in your budget. They have four models in all, so if you are into the best, you should definitely check them out for yourself!