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PW 800 B 12 gage reloader 4 sale $300.00

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by OLD ONE EYE, Sep 9, 2010.

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    OLD ONE EYE Well-Known Member

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    This is a oldie but goodie I'm selling for a friend just had a tune up and service by Jim's eye and ear the PW dealer here in Florida and she is ready to go. She's not real pretty but they are built like a brick s--t house it is in perfect mechanical condition. The shells that come out are beautiful and thats what counts. I have the same model myself and it is a work horse my friend went the hydraulic route so this needs a new home. Thanks Buddy
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    Looks like a good one. Why is it all the P&W's i see have the paint coming off? My old Pacific reloader still has the original paint with only minor wear marks on certain spots. Up for a good loader.---Matt
     
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    My loader is the same way I think it is the reaction of the paint and aluminum as time goes by. I thought about painting mine but it works so good I don't want to mess with it as I load almost every day and the paint will not improve the quality of the shells. Now my wife would have tossed it 19 years ago she does not wear things out . It is the styles that change that makes her heave things out that are still good and usable makes me crazy. You know kitchen is dated everything is old granite is now in never ends.
     
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    I'm sure they would fuction just fine with no paint. Good loader here for sale. Back up to the top for this loader.......
     
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    I have had severak of these and they work great but 250. is where it is at
     
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    I said 250.00 to the seller but he just paid 50.00 to Jim's to have it adjusted and serviced at the southern grand so thought 300.00 was fair with the service just done. I will take offers to my friend also I have no dog in this race. Just helping a dear friend if I can. Buddy
     
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    If you care to go back a week or more, you will find a PW 800-B that SOLD for $300 or more. It wasn't mine, but I do have 2 of them and they are great loaders. Larry Evans
     
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