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PONSNESS-WARREN

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by ejmarler, Feb 21, 2013.

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  1. ejmarler

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    I am looking for advice on a purchase of a P&W reloader. It is a PONSNESS-WARREN Size-O-Matic 800 for $250. I would reload relativity a small amount, maybe 1-2 flats a month.
    It seems to be in good working condition and at a price point I would be interested in.
    What is everyone's recommendation....good buy or not?
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    Price sounds right. Be aware that there may be a steep learning curve for reloading satisfaction with a PW.
     
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    Read my article at the above website regarding "...thinking about buying an old 800B..."

    WW
     
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    Spend a couple of hundred more and get an 800+. It is not recommended that you buy the old 800's as there are few if any parts available and they are much more difficult to use than the 800+. I can load 450 to 500 per hour on my 800+.
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    Thank you all. This is exactly the information I was looking for.

    I think I will pass on this buy and spend the extra money on a newer reloader.

    Eric
     
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    i have a ponness- warren 900 size-o-matic with lots of extras 500.00 plus shipping thanks ken.
     
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