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For Sale ---"FREE" Unloader Shell Cutter !!---Today --See Last Post For Winner

Discussion in 'For Sale- Vendors Only' started by theunloader, Sep 27, 2016.

  1. theunloader

    theunloader Supporting Vendor Supporting Vendor TS Supporters

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    View attachment 551185 IMG_0136.JPG On Oct.15th. I will send someone a "FREE Unloader shell cutter"!
    All you have to do is respond here, why you either like 'your' Unloader Shell Cutter --OR--Why you think you need one !! ----Winner can pick his choice of material !! Lets have a little FUN !!
    Each re
    sponse will be numbered, then Judy will draw a number.
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  2. Jeff.Buchheit

    Jeff.Buchheit Member

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    Wow! For free. I would love to have one, been thinking of buying one for a while along with one of your bore gauges. I load mostly for my 17 year old boy to shoot singles and practice and make some mess ups especially when I'm in a hurry. This would help in that department.
     
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  3. dgh

    dgh Well-Known Member

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    Well,

    I do not have one of these,

    However it seems it would be an extremely handy device for looking at shells others deemed legal for games shooting,
    Could solve quite a few arguments.
    ON THE SPOT easily,

    DGH
     
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  4. Jim R

    Jim R Ljutic Nut TS Supporters

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    This is nothing new for Gary. He has been donating items to shoots for years. Gary is truly one of the good guys.

    Jim R
     
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  5. Chris Covell

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    I would like to have one, so I can give my Uncle his back!!! It is a really good product, very easy to use.
     
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  6. Ol-boy82

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    I do not have one of those fine looking cutters either but love one. I could definitely use it being im fairly new to reloading an make mistakes and that would be a much safer means of cutting my shells apart to save what i can an probably save my Tigger finger also..
     
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  7. geeber

    geeber Member

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    Before I bought mine I would cut the top of the shell off right around the crimp fold with a hobby knife. I always had a sore thumb! I couldn't believe how great these work. I'm about due for a new blade after a couple years of use though. Thanks Gary.
     
  8. theunloader

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    Send me your address---------------------
     
  9. Jaxshooter

    Jaxshooter Active Member

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    I need one so I don't continue cutting my self with a razor knife. If I don't win the one you giving away I am going to buy one. I will save enough in Band Aids to pay for it !
     
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  10. cubancigar2000

    cubancigar2000 Well-Known Member

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    Been using them for years, best thing since cold beer was invented
     
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  11. skeetrap

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    I usually don't make many mistakes reloading but while watching the sprint race I noticed my powder tube was not going down. Tilted the tube back and there was a round ball of powder right over the baffle. Already loaded about 175 shells. So using the digital powder scale I have found 78 of them. Would be nice to have one of your cutters. Larry
     
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  12. dolton916

    dolton916 Well-Known Member

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    I use a box knife and don't know how much I would use it, and I'm sure it would be better given to someone else.

    But just wanted to say they sure a nicely made and finished. Certainly a fine addition to any reloading bench.


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  13. bdm4_21

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    These are gorgeous. And would be much safer than my current method of a utility knife.
    Brian
     
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  14. agrooms

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    I just recently bought one of these from Gary. Too many years of stripping shells the HARD way. I hated stripping shells so much I just had a box that I would chuck the "suspect" reloads into for "the day" that I would get around to strip them. Once I received my un-loader it only took about 10 minutes to go through reclaiming the whole box of mutant shells and not a drop of blood or frustration.

    My favorite thing about the un-loader is it reminds me of my wife - Extremely functional and oh so beautiful :)
     
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  15. Aaron Barker

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    I need one cause I load on a meg 9000 with my 3 year old who can't keep his hands off the loader!!! Man I've cut way to many with the ol trusty ol timer!!!! All honestly very nice gesture and investment!
     
  16. Huntin'Fool

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    I'm working with a new Jr shooter loading and one of these for his reloading future would be nice.
     
  17. Jim R

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    All these replies and that one honest person has not shown up yet that will say "Put me in Gary, I'm to cheap to buy one"
     
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  18. Billetproof

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    I could use one because I keep putting off buying one and if I don't get one I'll probably cut my thumb off.
     
  19. JussBad

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    Great offering and a superb looking tool that everyone should have. With that said. Put me in for a "Pull" please.
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  20. bossbasl

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    Send along The Unloader to prove to me I need one. LOL.