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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. Dean812

    Dean812 TS Member

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  2. Dean812

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    I don't know how anyone that reloads can do without one. Been using "unloader" for a few years and has saved both powder & shot. Thanks for a great reloaders tool. Dean 812
     
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  3. Ken C.

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    I don't have one of these extremely beautiful, custom engineered works of art.

    The fact that I dont reload is totally inconsequential.

    If I had one of them, I would would have bragging rights, and you'd have another word-of-mouth, shameless whore, ad man.
     
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  4. Coolbird

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  5. fabarmxlr5

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    Having worked at a local shooting range for the past 2.5 years with a wonderful staff i always get a little antsy when someone busts out the razor blade to cut open a dud shell, or one that has gotten friendly with the lawn mower. This would be perfect to keep in the staff room and a it would be a great place to market them.
     
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  6. buckmark13

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    Count me in; winning will be the motivation to to get back into reloading shot shells again after a horrific accident 15 years ago. I keep talking about starting up again, but have not done so yet. Winning this would serve no other purpose than to motivate me to go ahead and do it!
     
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  7. Binion

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    Yes I sure could use one I have been reloading for over forty years and I still make mistakes it has to be easier than the way I have been doing it !
     
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  8. coot shooter

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    Tired of struggling to open my "mistakes". If I don't win one, I will buy one. Great promotion, Thank you.
    Coot
     
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  9. MDshotgunner

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    I would LOVE one if these! I've been saving my bad shells for years. I'm a pretty good reloader but sh?t happens! I also deserve one because we have the same first name.
     
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  10. o-hale

    o-hale Well-Known Member

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    Well I do not have one of these, my wife does not understand that since she says I have at least ten of everything else that has to do with shooting, hunting, fishing, etc etc
    Throw my number in that hat and thank you for doing this
     
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  11. hbar314

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    Wow!

    Just started opening shells to count and crush pellets recently and remembered your unloaders....lo and behold I find this post. I'm pretty sure destiny is saying that I should have one. :)
     
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  12. K-Hornet

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    Would love to have one of yours premium shell cutters. They look like a great item. I have a box with three or four hundred shells that are needed to be cut apart this would probably get me off my lazy duff to actually clean up my work bench. I have no way to tell what powder is in them anymore, but know the primers and wad. Thanks for doing this. Al
     
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  13. theunloader

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    hbar---I love your avatar---I ran TOP-FUEL Front Eng. Dragsters in the 1960s.---Thank You !!
     
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  14. hbar314

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    Oh that's awesome!
    What did you drive and where?

    Growing up Eddie Hill was a friend of the family and had his shops in town.
     
  15. Ryan Berry

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    I sliced my finger open trying to reclaim the powder and lead from a jacked up shell. I probably need one.
     
  16. dutchman1968

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    Well, I have one of your barrel mics and this would make a wonderful addition plus save my fingers. Plus Dutch people love free stuff. Go figure.
     
  17. theunloader

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    Tucson Az.--1958--8 carbs ( Old 97s ) 0n 100% Nitro !!! Also helped build the "SPEED SPORT" Roadster in 1957--Later went to AGD with Blown 392 Hemi Chrysler.-----PICTURES !!!!!!!

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  18. Mr.M

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    I was going to throw my name into the hat until I read that Judy is going to draw the name. That alone guarantees that I have no chance.

    Great device, outstanding workmanship, superb customer service. I know where this guy gets his wood!!

    Santa Claus is filling another box as we speak. Christmas will be in October this year.

    Mike Mann WHITE CREEK GUNSTOCK BLANKS
     
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  19. theunloader

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    If it weren't for "MIKE MANN" this assortment of beautiful exotic wood would not be available !!!---THANK'S AGAIN MIKE !!
     
  20. tombitt

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    I have a different brand than this one, bought it when I first started reloading and screwed up some rounds. These are great tools and the ones that you have look really nice, I would love to have one of yours. If I were to win, I would give my old one to a friend who just started reloading and has made a couple mistakes himself. I like the Cherry wood and I am wondering since Browning now has shells made for them that have the buckmark stamped into the head can you use one of those as the d├ęcor? I have some I would send you....

    Thank You,

    Tom