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12 GA. RCBS Grand LOADER-- Opinions PLEASE !!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Cheetah, Aug 3, 2009.

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  1. Cheetah

    Cheetah Member

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    Are they GOOD ----BAD or just UGLY ??????

    BEST REGARDS,

    Harold
     
  2. zzt

    zzt Well-Known Member

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    Love mine. I compared it to the Spolar, and two PWs. After trying them all out at a shoot, I went with the Grand. Would do it again in a heartbeat. Wonderful customer service, lifetime warranty, and super easy to set up and use. Easy on the arm, also.
     
  3. AlanM

    AlanM Member

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    have had one since they came out, love it, easy to use. By all means buy one.
     
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    I am very happy with mine. There is a learning curve, but once you get it down, it's great. The reloads are excellent. This is from someone that has a MEC Grabber in each gauge and has owned a PW 800 and used the forerunner of the 366. It is a little slower to load a batch of hulls than the MEC due to the longer throw of the arm, but when I load 12 gauge, the Grand is the one I use. It stays set up on one bench ready to go.

    Johnpe
     
  5. TURNKEY321

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    I have been using my Grand for over a year and have had little problems. Setting the machine up was quite a bit more difficult than my Mec 9000. The final shell, speed and lack of shot and powder on the floor make it great. I would suggest looking for a used machine, RCBS will send out any broken or worn parts for free. You can go Hydro , but at a price of nearly $1000.00. Tim
     
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