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F/S Ponsness Warren Press

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Misha, Apr 18, 2010.

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  1. Misha

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    P/W press (12 gauge) for sale with up graded stainless steel parts

    wad push rod (stainless steel)

    powder charge rod (stainless steel)

    shell pusher (stainless steel)

    Primer pushers (4140)

    the stainless steel items will never rust, easy to clean, powder will not stick to it, and looks GREAT!!

    come with parts list & Diagram, and owners manual!!
    $350 plus shipping



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    1. unscrew the die set from the press remove all dies, place the shot drop on off, place a cup of some sort(bowl, what ever works) under the powder drop, cycle the press

    this will drop the powder charge that is the same as it will drop in the hulls

    repeat this for the shot charge and measure
     
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    You can check the powder weight by taking the top half of a disassembled round and sticking it in the die upside down. Cycle so only the powder drops, remove it by just pulling it out and weigh. Just make sure the crimp is still good so you lose nothing out the bottom.
     
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    iam not really sure what you mean by that. but i guess you can take a fired hull cut the crimp off and cycle it through the press with no wad or shot, and carefully catch it when it drops out of the last station
     
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    P/W makes a powder and shot check kit for the older 800's that didn't have the removable dies. Please click on above URL. The kit shown in the picture is with the red arrow.


    Michael Stephenson
     
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    By disassembled I mean taking a completed shot shell and cutting it in half. The top half will have the still closed crimp. If you stick that into the die upside down it will catch the powder. It can then be easily removed at the end of the cycle and the powder dumped and weighed. It is easily repeated until the charge stabilizes. The top half of a 20 gauge hull can be used inside of a 12 gauge hull in the same manner in the middle of production.

    Or you can by the PW insert.

    Most of us get a shell that needs disassembled when we forget to stick in a wad or something like that.
     
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    I have a cup made by pw that drops into the die. It has a collar on the top almost like a shell upside down. you cycle past the powder drop and pull it out before the wad guide swings out.
     
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    I use Misha's method ... werks fer me!
     
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    just don't crimp it. pour the shot into whatever container you wish and weigh it. pull the wad out with your fingers and then pour the powder into whatever container you wish and weigh it. it does not get any simpler than that. oz
     
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