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shell cutter 4 gauge ONLY 2 left

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by motordoctor, May 2, 2007.

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  1. motordoctor

    motordoctor Shoji Tabuchi in Branson

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    new and improved shell cutter. Billet aluminum, anodized Black for looks. One cutter for all gauges. Replaceable cutters BUT you'll probably never have to change them. If you have everything you ever needed for shooting then you don't need one of these. Cuts the shell in the correct spot to save the wad and all components except the case. Each is hand made. This is not cheap wood or plastic like some others on the market. It's the real deal. For the people that watch Tim the Tool Man and only want the best available. Yea I know it's a lot of money and you can definitely buy something cheaper BUT if you want to cut shells and save components, THIS is what you need. AND it will even provide manicures,if you are not careful. 4 gauge is 65 dollars including the shipping to you. ONLY HAVE 2 LEFT AND NO MORE AVAILABLE. NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. Motordoc
     
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    motordoctor Shoji Tabuchi in Branson

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    both sold pending funds. thanks a bunch everyone and if someone does not finish the deal I'll repost it. Still have a few of the two gauge cutters left. Mostly red ones. Joe
     
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    Can the 4 Gauge cutters cut the 4 Gauge shell at the top? For reference, the shell at the bottom is a 12 GA. Tom S (welderman)
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