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MIA...MEC 762 Grabber..SOLD to RLC

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by JACK, Dec 19, 2010.

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  1. JACK

    JACK Well-Known Member Supporting Vendor

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    Seems like a good serviceable unit. I loaded a lot f shells on one like this. Comes with a one oz bar and a one and an eigth bar, 3 bushing 27-29-33. $165 delivered. Jack. Send me a PM or a email. Paypal accepted and unit will be out on MOnday. USPS MO works too.
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    What is the difference between this and an 8567? Looking at it I can't see anything different.
     
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    two I know of. one beign the casting for the turntable hold the shells in place and th second being a shorter base. Other than that they run the same way. I cycled the unit and it appears to work fine. again, I put100 thou thru mine and know them pretty well. This one is OK.
     
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    MIA check your e-mail
     
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    The shorter base can be annoying in that collected, spent primers fill the shallow catch tray sooner than with a tall base and can/will interfere with a shell dropping in the colette for re-sizing. I solved this situation on my '70s Grabber by using metal, tube spacers between the loader and bench and longer screws securing all the to bench and use much taller catch trays....breakemall.....Bob Dodd
     
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    Bob,

    Here is a little idea for handling mass quantities of spent primers. Screw a plastic jar lid to the underside of the reloading bench and drill a hole directly under the "primer drop" area and just let them fall into the bucket. Empty it a couple times a year and you are good to go.

    I also want to include a plug for MIA's loader he has for sale. I am using a 761R and it serves me very well. He is offering a very good loader at a fair price.

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    Loader sold. PayPal had room for us since thye dumped assange.
     
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