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MEC deprimer/resizer press

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by baldeagle, Sep 2, 2010.

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  1. baldeagle

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    Dust off your memory cells. Anyone remember a single MEC deprimer/resizer press? I would like to buy a 12 gauge one so that I can deprime/resize without using my shot filled regular press.
     
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    The new MEC supersizer sizes, but does not deprime.
     
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    Baldeagle..........I do remember and I at present own 7....Yes 7 Mec Case Conditioner's. This was one of Mec's better ideas because it truly resizes case head, restores headspace and backs the case mouth out making it possible to reload almost any paper or plastic. Plus removing the spent primer. They do make reloading much friendler as everything is resized and the reload process moves easily along. All are in VERY good shape and I may sell 4 of the units. The last one I sold went for $75.00....A bit hi but they "don't make em anymore". If you are interested contact me thru the private message system on our site. RUN'EM
     
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    Case Conditioners were used so you did not have to alter the first station on your 650 to resize.

    You just ran them all thru the CC.

    I just sold one for 15 dollars last spring.

    They are not a collet resizer, rather a tempered steel ring that pushes down over the brass.

    The link is to Mec's manual. Try ebay.

    HM
     
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    I don't understand the de-prime function on the discontinued case conditioners though as a 650, or the ones I'm familiar with, deprime automatically.


    I do understand the resizing function when using the 650 as it just won't do it without a reconfigure.




    Guy Babin
     
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    I have a brand new one for sale.

    Bob
     
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    I use a Mec supersizer on all new once-fires; makes life a lot easier when loading on my PW 900.
     
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    I have 4 MEC Sizemasters. I use them just to re-size and de-prime. Only solution I know of. The older MEC sizer does not re-size the case head (rim).

    Jim Skeel
     
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    The Case Conditioner is a great tool, by changing the resizing ring you can do all four guages. Too bad they discontinued it. HMB
     
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    Shawn: That model does not deprime. The old model does.
     
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    Greetings Kolarpole-
    The ones on EBAY are going for 17.50 to 34.00 plus 14.50 for shipping. The handle is disassembled so as to get the lowest fixed postal shipping rate. Can you suggest a price for your case conditioner/deprimer?

    Breakem all before they hit the ground...
    Baldeagle
     
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    I have one such MEC deprimer/resizer which I will sell. Make an offer plus postage from 56063.

    Peter Falk
     
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    Hi Peter

    Would you take $35.00 for the case conditioner plus $14.00 for shipping which I'm told is the flat postal rate if you ship in a standard postal shipping box. You would have to disassemble the handle to make it fit. The total selling price would then be $49.00

    Sid Lawrence
     
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