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P/W Platinum 2000 * * Factory CLOSEOUT * * * $700

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by locdoc, Dec 7, 2010.

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    Ponsness / Warren has announced that they will be closing out the Platinum 2000 reloader due mostly to lagging popularity. The 800 Plus just plain outsells the Platinum.

    Closeout price is $700.00................ Updated info 12 ga only.......

    I will be happy to accept your check or money order and SPLIT THE SHIPPING with you.

    Excellent opportunity for those on your Christmas list.

    Doug Whiton, P/W dealer/dist
     
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    Thats a really great buy for the reloader who will not be changing gauges. I have one and I personally would not buy an 800+ only because I only load one size shell, there is no other difference/ A used p 2000 will bring $650 if nice
     
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    Doug is that for a 410 gauge?
    Don
     
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    No, Don, 12 ga. only. I should have mentioned that fact. Will change my first post. Thanks for the heads up.

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    Up for an excellent opportunity.

    Doug Whiton, P/W dealer/dist
     
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    To the top...........
     
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    I have the three extra gauge sets. It takes me 15 minutes to change them out. Everything is pre-set using colored electrical tape to mark the correct height and length etc..

    If Ponsness dumps the conversion kits at a discount price, I'm going to throw up in my mouth because of how much money I could have saved if I would have waited.

    Good loaders though. I like mine.
     
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    how are the 2000 and the 800 plus different
    How much would shipping be to 49058
    Looks like a great deal
    Thanks Todd
     
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    Todd,

    Yes, an excellent deal.

    Shipping to your location will be $20.00. So delivered cost to you is $720.00 for the 12 ga. platinum 2000. I would accept your check or a bank check or Postal money order.

    The P-2000 has a full length center shaft with a groove and pin-roller arrangement that indexes the cylinder (turret). The 800's (all of them) use a more mechanical arrangement using a gear and index pad/pin to turn the cylinder. This system is not as quiet or smooth but allows the operator to hear an audible 'click' indicating that the system is cocked and ready to index. The P-2000 has a "Grivory" cylinder which has a lifetime gaurantee. The 800+ has an aluminum cylinder which is not gauranteed for life..

    Others have said that if you only load one gauge then the P-2000 would be the way to go. That is a fair assesment.

    Either machine is great but this deal allows you to save $150.00.

    Doug Whiton, P/W dealer/dist
     
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    Does the P2000 use the same bushings as Hornady?
     
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    Yes, they will interchange.

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    Don't discard your MEC bushings either as there are adapters available to allow their use.

    Doug Whiton, P/W dealer/dist
     
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    T901: Click on my above website and download the PDF on the basic differences in the two reloader models.

    Whiz
     
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    Thanks Whiz
     
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