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F/S Mec sizemaster in 12 and 20ga reconditioned

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by birddog1964, Mar 17, 2010.

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  1. birddog1964

    birddog1964 TS Member

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    I have a Mec sizemaster in 12ga w/1 1/8oz bar with a 20ga w/7/8 oz bar and die set with it that has been completely gone through in excellent condition. 165.00 shipped, If you have any questions I can be reached at 423-743-9233.

    thanks
    lee
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    Hey Lee. Is the difference between a "sizemaster" and a 600 the collet?

    I know Neil Winston loads on a single stage. For accuracy purposes. But wwhen they count the misses, he fires new Fed papers.

    I'm gonna shoot new STS for hcp this year. Reloads for the few singesl I shoot and for practice. Do 300 hcp birds a week min. X about 20 weeks, equals about 6000 practice from the 26. Maybe the 27. You never know when a guy will get lucky and get a bump score.

    Looks like nice units.

    Did I ever tell you about my last grabber? I had to hold the hull in place other wise the wad wanted to catch on the way down. I have that same deal once in a while wiht my PW. It has to do with worn crimps Ithink. Ihate the noise of the wad going past the crimp. Too, the primer wwas erratic, no matter how much I fiddles wiht it and business cards etc. My old grabber was better. But back then I loaded nothing but top guns and pitched them. I do not shoot steel based hulls now as I am convinced they wear the recvr prematurely.

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    Still for sale,

    thanks
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    I recently purchased a reloader from Lee. It worked perfect out of the box and was as he described. Great guy to deal with.

    Mark
     
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    SOLD---SOLD---SOLD

    Thanks to all that inquired.

    lee
     
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