Someone posted a link to this bullet puller. https://grip-n-pull.com/ I do not know who did it but this idea is awesome sooooo Off to the back yard I went. I found some flat steel and cut a slice through it to make myself one. Well the flat steel is leaf spring . I could not drill it! This needed annealed so into the fire place it went.. glowing very red and I let it cool very slowly. In fact it cooled on top of a 200 degree platform. EEEHHHH not slow enough still could not drill it. Yes I have mild steel but another Idea came to mind. PLIERS...What if i ground out the toothed area on some regular pliers and filled with JB weld. Follow me. When the JB is still soft I will insert a .308 and .223 bullet I wrapped 1 layer of saran wrap around. Inserted into the JB Weld. It set up and I pulled the bullets then cut a notch through the middle of the JB so I could open the pliers. WOO HOO I pulled some .308 Non crimped loads..Did not work on .223. HHHMMM I walked around HF Tools today and found some long nose Needle nose pliers $3.99 OK what IF I drilled a through the jaws and honed it to .308 or just under and chamfered the edges and polished the hole. Ye I tried it without the polished or chamfered and it worked great..But left 2 small marks on the bullet. the hole is .303" diameter. It is a start and I will hone it correctly and then do some different caliber holes to pull my other stuff. Too simple and cheap too. Works better than the JB weld attempt.