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F/S 28 Ga. MEC 650 reloader

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by majorpain, Mar 9, 2011.

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  1. majorpain

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    For sale, 28 gauge MEC 650 single stage reloader. The reloader is about 18 months old. I got a different press at a good deal and got a 28 gauge
    conversion for it. I need to get $180.00 for it and shipping. For additional
    information contact me at mjrpn@comcast.net
    Located in Pa.
     
  2. tammike

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    Is it a 650 ? That would be a progressive.
     
  3. RunGunIPSC

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    Yes. And you can nicely resize the shell on the press at the 1st station if you have the proper insert & parts. But it is a seperate operation. You resize all the hulls,remove the insert/parts & then procede to load as a progressive. All the 650's are this way,at least the newer ones.
     
  4. superxjeff

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    Why on earth anybody would go through all that is beyond me. Just buy a grabber. Jeff
     
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    It has been my experience that the Grabber style does tend to jiggle the the smaller shells quite a bit,esp the .410. This can spill shot. Also the extra parts that work the sizer op on the Grabber can get out of time & cause trouble. Less of a problem on the 12 & 20. I use the 650 in 28 & .410,sizing with a seperate super sizer if needed. I have loaded with MEC's for about 43 yrs. I have 6 & my son has 4. My Hustler is prob 35 yo & runnin' great. We both have all older models.
     
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