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Save Your~~Shot, Powder, Wads and Primers !!!!!!

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by TEXASZEPHYR, Jul 14, 2010.

  1. TEXASZEPHYR

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    Gosh Gary those sure are purdy. You out did yourself with these.
    BTW theres still plenty of crappie at my place and pleanty of bass near Georges so since you didn't make it this year, hope to see you at SW grand next year.

    Bob w
     
  2. little gambler

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    Those are pretty nice, makes me wish I loaded shells on something else than a spolar. l.g.
     
  3. cubancigar2000

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    It is a beaut and very handy no matter what kind of loader you use. I had 500 shells that I loaded in the early 80's and who knows what was in them - the dismantler took good care of them
     
  4. Steve W

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    Gary, Thats just not fair!!! I already have one of your fine dismantlers and now I just love that new wood. You really don't play fair do you. I hope you sell-em all. Jeff
     
  6. headhunter

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    check sent for one.
    Thanks!
     
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    Yes Jeff, He treats all of his good friends like that. I have an ugly one also. But it sure do work super fine...
     
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    Lou, maybe if we're very nice to him, He will upgrade our old Walnut with twin raceing stripes, nice stain and finish, and Winchester brass hull base,with Federal primer in it for the new Exotic Wood one??? Maybe LOL Break-em all. Jeff
     
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    Thats ok Gary, I quit drinking. See ya in Montana I hope
     
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    I have sent my check for the shell cutter. If you have the one in myrtle wood please send it.
    Thanks again
    Steve Evans
     
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    Thanks Gary! Got mine today, works great! And very good looking. Thanks for a quick delivery. If anyone doesn't have one, this is nice.
     
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    Oh, and by the way. They also cut Cigars nicely....
     
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    Not to sound silly or stupid but what are you guys using these for? What is the purpose? The craftsmanship on these looks incredible and I would like to know more about them. Thanks.
     
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    Gary, do you still have them in Myrtlewood?If so, check's on the way. if you need more Myrtlewood, stop by my place here in Brookings. I'm surrounded by them.: ) Sure makes great furniture.
     
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    You know it just dawned on me that you don't need to be a loader. How many of you out there ever wanted to cut one or two of all the different types of economy loads to see just how good or poorly they are made. You can learn alot from doing so. I know I have. I already have one of Garys tools and they work as well as they look. Happy Granding to all. Break-em all. Jeff
     
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    Good deal, i'll send a check out Monday. If you ever get out this way, stay for a day or two and i'll put you on some Rockfish, Salmon or maybe a few Tuna if the conditions and timing is right.We have a great trap club just a few miles South of town.
     
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    At least i won't have to worry about you hiring Blagoyasumabiatch to bust a cap on me. He's going down!!!Fish on!!!! I gotta tell ya, this retirement is tough on an old guy, shooting on Wed. and Sun, fishing Mon, tues, fri, gardening on Sat. and Thurs. I need a break!! Help!!!!!
     
  18. BILL GRILL

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    Anybody loading on a spolar and saying they do not need one is a liar! My first 500 shells on my new spolar I had 43 bad shells. My fault not the loader.
    Also I have been loading for 26 years so I am not a rookie. Just tired of the Spolar Braggers. My spolar is no. 2196 and at this time I prefer my 366. Bill
     
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    Check sent today for one of these.
     
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    Bill Grill, I don't have any record of you ever calling for tech support. I am at the Grand right now and I forgot my cell phone in our building tonight, but please call my office in the morning and if our staff can't help you, ask for my cell number and we will help you straighten out any problem you are having.
    Dicksie Spolar
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