KISS BULLETFEEDER

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Ichiro Nagata’s wife Nana, presented Ichy with a K.I.S.S. automatic bullet feeder for father’s day. Ichy took one hour to install it and reloaded 3,000 rounds. The feeder worked wonderfully. Ichy says “Now I can reload with my weak hand only, I can have a Sake glass in my right hand. I had greatest father’s day ever!”

The Patent Pending KISS Bulletfeeder is currently being used on these popular reloading presses:

Dillon: Super 1050, RL-1050, RL-1000, XL-650, RL-550B*
Hornady: AP LnL

(*Installation on the RL-550B requires the use of a combination seat/crimp die in the last position)

KISS’ bullet dropper is designed to fit standard 7/8-14 tool-heads and is available in the following calibers: 9mm/38 cal, 10mm/40 cal, 45 cal, .223 cal and .308 cal.

For further information, contact Roger@bulletfeeder.com or by phone: 480-832-4261.



 

  • http://mattmclearn.com Matthew McLearn

    I own a K.I.S.S. bullet feeder! This thing is awesome! I can load 2000 rounds/hour on my Dillon Super 1050 without any trouble.
    Matt McLearn

  • Ernie Rodriguez

    I am a BE shooter and use primarily 200gr,lead/cast bullets,SWC shape. Will this be a problem for the KISS bullet feeder???Thank You.Erod

  • http://RAYC@BUCKANDKNOBBY.COM Ray CORDREY

    HAS ANY ONE INSTALLED YOUR BULLET FEED ON DILLON 550 LOADER FOR 9MM. THANKS RAY C.

  • Chris

    I have one I use for 40 cal… its sick what I produce with it. My friends who reload come over and see my 650 set up and almost cry as I bang out 1000 rounds an hour with ease…

    I have the .223 set up but have not played with it much.

  • Chris

    I must add, the best thing is I can use my week hand to reload, if you have ever had shooters elbow or shoulder after a marathon session you will understand the importance!

  • Nick

    Does anybody know the difference between the K.I.S.S. Manufacturing COLLATOR and the DROPPER models? Ichy has the DROPPER and his works great. I just bought what I thought was the same model but it drops all of the bullets nose first (upside down) and it is called the COLLATOR. What is the difference? Also, does anyone know how I can get in touch with the manufacturer? The email is no good and I’ve left messages at the phone. HELP! Thanks…