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F/S Ponsness Warren Shell Counter F/S

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  1. skeeljc

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    <a href="http://s256.photobucket.com/albums/hh162/skeeljc/?action=view&current=CounterOA0022.jpg" target="_blank">[​IMG]</a>

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    Ponsness/Warren shell counter complete with mounting bracket and screws. It will fit Platinum 2000, L/S-1000, 950, 900, and 800 series loaders. Counter has BIG, easy-to-read numbers. Counter is brand new.

    $24.95 and FREE shipping (compare to P/W price of $29.95 plus $7.75 shipping).
    Discount available on multiple orders.

    Email or Private Message if interested.

    Jim Skeel
     
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    I have the thumbscrews that secure the reservoir base to the loader if you need them. $5.00 per set of four thumbscrews if purchased with a counter.

    Jim Skeel
     
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    I have one. The arm that rotates the powder and lead gear pushes a rod on the counter and yes it is resettable
     
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    The counter has an arm on the right side (visible in second photo) that is actuated by the rack that turns the powder and shot gears on the loader. There is a knob on the left side of the counter that can be turned to reset the counter to zero.

    I accept personal checks and money orders for payment.

    If you would like one just email me and I will send you my mailing address.

    Jim Skeel
     
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    Not sure why people are not buying this? I love mine. If you have a PW it is a great tool
     
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    Jim,

    Just wanted to say thanks for the shell counter for my P/W 880CVT. It came in sooner that I thought it would and it is something I had thought about adding to my machine for some time. Good customer service on your part.

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    Hopefully they are better than the P-W counters. I have purchased 2 of them and they will not work properly. They will skip back to the last 10'S ie.- 28, 29,20 then start over into the 20's rather than going to 30 etc. both have done the same thing and adjusting doesn't seem to help. Glenn
     
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    I have not had any complaints about my counter. I cycle each counter a dozen times or so to be sure it is functioning properly.

    Jim Skeel
     
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    I hav e a PW counter and it is up to 73,500 with no hitchs. I reset it to zero at 31,000 so it is approaching 100,000 and no trouble
     
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    The P/W reloaders sure are sturdy looking reloaders. Is the reloader you show above a Model 900 ? Tom
     
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    The reloader in the photos is my P/W 900 Elite. I bought it to reload Federal paper hulls. I recently added .410 tooling. It is a great .410 loader.

    Jim
     
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    glenn mcleod, I believe this is the same as the PW counter. Identical to mine that came from PW, works great.
     
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    ps, Would like it better if it didn`t say made in china on the front.
     
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    As a soon to be PW user, what purpose does a shell counter serve? To indicate PM timing? Don't you just fill a bucket with loaded shells and then box them in 25s?
     
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    PM timing??

    The counter is a good way to make sure that you do not run out of powder or shot. Sometimes it is difficult to see thru the EZ-Fill hoppers to know when to add powder/shot. You can load the hoppers and not worry about levels until you approach 400 shells (350 if you are loading 1-1/8 ounce).

    Jim Skeel
     
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    Jim. I am a Industrial guy. PM is preventative maintenance

    YOu mean I cannot see thru the stand up bottles? It has blind containers? No. I do not believe that.

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    So, I certainly am not trying to diminish the value of your product, but tell me again the advantages of having a counter. Would you?
     
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    Ok. NOw I read your last post more carefully. I'll load them up tomorrow and take a picture and post it here on this post.

    Yes they do appear translucent. Adn bboth powder and shot tend to migrate into the pores of some plastics. Perhaps they use this type of plastic because it is stronger. I'll report back. Thanks fo roffering the counter and for staying on messsage.

    Jack
     
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    Jack,

    Some just like to see the progress. My finished shells drop through a hole in the bench and dissapear into a drawer.

    Jim
     
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    I think I took a pic. Let me look... do not go away...

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    The oil in the powders will darken the tanks over time as well as the graphite on th eshot.
     
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    I usually have these in stock year round.

    Jim Skeel
     
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