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Difference between reloaders.

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by DelarockX, Jun 4, 2010.

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  1. DelarockX

    DelarockX TS Member

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    What's the difference between a Mec 650 and a Grabber?

    What's the difference between a Grabber and a 9000g?
     
  2. Trap2

    Trap2 Well-Known Member

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    Mec 650 is a progressive loader without a re-sizer

    Mec Grabber is also a progressive, but it has a re-sizer.

    Mec 9000G is same as a Grabber but has automatic indexing.

    Dan Thome (Trap2)
     
  3. GunDr

    GunDr Well-Known Member

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    What's the difference between the 762R and the 8576N grabber models?

    Doug
     
  4. GordonWood421

    GordonWood421 TS Member

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    Probably ; steel dies on the 762R and plastic on the 8576N ; not sure if the N has the later larger primer tray .

    Charlie
     
  5. Quack Shot

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    The Mec 650 does have a sizer, but it is an accessory that is used to size the hulls as a separate operation. It is a part that attaches to the deprime station. It is not a collet sizer, but a "ring" type. It works, but I'd rather get a separate sizing tool from Mec.

    The 650 and the Grabbers are manually indexed. The 9000 is an auto indexing tool.

    The 762R is an older version of the grabber. I've seen a 76 series grabber with plastic dies and an 8567 with metal dies. The base of the machines are different, with the 8567 being higher. If you'd like to look at the two, go to the link above and select the user manuals and the main differences should be obvious. The higher base on the 8567 allows more spent primers to accumulate before the machine malfunctions.

    The "N" designation is now used to indicate the new and larger primer feed. An example would be the 9000GN VS the older 9000G with the older primer feed.
     
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