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Bear reloader

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by stanky feet, Jan 28, 2009.

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  1. stanky feet

    stanky feet TS Member

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    Friend has a Bear loader for sale,it has all the bushings and stuff with it.All I know about it is he said every time you pull the handle a shell fell off.Just wondering if anyone might know about what it is worth.
     
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    They are a good enough reloader. The company was eventually bought up by Pacific then Hornady. I suppose one could even look upon it as a first generation 366. If its complete and in good working order I feel that $125 to $150 would be fair.
     
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    Thank you sir.
     
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    It`s Baer .
     
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    Pheasant Master is on the right track & good info.. If memory serves me correctly that brand was originally Dietmier Loaders (sp) bought out & produced by Pacific, Bair, back to Pacific,then on to Hornady. It is probably the same as the 350 which was renumbered as 366 when some updates were made, I had one & it was a very good machine, should gave kept it.. Ross
     
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