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SHELL COUNTER FOR MEC 9000's

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by 3475 Granbury, Oct 2, 2009.

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  1. 3475 Granbury

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    SHELL COUNTER FOR MEC 9000

    WRS Products has their shell counter for the MEC 9000 H G & E for sale .. Go to www.wrsproducts.com for details ....
     
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    Just count your primer sleeves, you'll be a lot closer.
     
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    Assuming you load in even 100's.....
     
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    Mine needed a little adjustment and modification, but works fine

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    3475Granbury
     
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    I bought the counter and built my own. Works like a champ. Paul
     
  6. Dave P

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    Why so expensive? Many of the surplus catalogs sell them for around $10 and only a little engineering required.
     
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