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New Tool For Reloaders--Jam Fixer ! !

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by grunt, Feb 22, 2010.

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  1. grunt

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    Gary,

    If I'm in a "JAM" with the wife, can I use this to fix it?

    Mike Mann
     
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    Gary made me one of these about 6 months ago and I never had to use it until recently. They are real handy when you have a stuck shell. Works like a charm
     
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    Spolar used to make those- in all 4 gauges

    They are handy- dont cure everything but handy

    regards from Iowa

    Gene
     
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    I have a couple of the old ones that had a small magnet in the back of the handle, to pick out tipped primers from the machine.

    Ed Yanchok
     
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    Forgive the probably stupid question but I don't understand when you would need a tool to remove a shell with a fugly crimp from your loader - with what make of loader would this tool be used?

    Ed
     
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    A PW with a full-length die, Ed. Maybe an 800. The average owner wore out three or four of these tools before he switched to factory shells.

    Neil
     
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    Okay, thanks for the explanation. The P-W I owned was a 950 Elite Grand and had the short shell holders/dies.

    Ed
     
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    I guess I must be a little slow I dont get it's use. How about a picture posting it being used??? FYI I'm a Dillon SL900 guy so forgive my lack of PW knowledge......
     
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    I use it on my PW 2000. I hvae only had to use it twice but it sure did save time
     
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