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stewart or littleton shot maker?

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by pigeon101, Dec 4, 2007.

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  1. pigeon101

    pigeon101 Member

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    This is for the guys whom make their own shot. My father and I are going to start doing this. A friend of the family makes his own shot. I think he has a littleton dropper. I have read about both the stewart and littleton's.
    Having a tough time deciding which one to get.

    Thanks in advance--Jason in PA
     
  2. jbmOU

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    I went with the Stewart because, to me, it just seemed like a better machine. I have a friend that bought a littleton and is not nearly as happy with it as I am with my Stewart machine. Where in Pa are you?
     
  3. pigeon101

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    I'm out side Pittsburgh, Grew up outside state college.
     
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    Thanks for the help!! You have made the choice easy.
     
  5. Rum River

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    I'd like to know more about the Stewart product. I did some Google searches, but didn't find a web site or contact info for Stewart. Can someone help me out? Thanks, Dan
     
  6. jbmOU

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    I'm pretty close to Pittsburgh also, about 40 minutes north, we may run into each other some time.
     
  7. Gargoyle!

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    Stewart shot maker you have to change the drippers when you want a differant size shot. It is a fixed 220Volt. The Littleton you buy another spoon or pan with the drippers on them. You just take off two screws and pull the pan off and then put the new one on and screw it down. It comes in 110 Volt and 220 Volt. You can also get a switch to reg the power.
     
  8. duke76

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    here you go Rum River

    James Stewart shotmaker page

    http://www.geocities.com/jstewart1934/My_page.html
     
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    Got a Stewart and never had any problems out of it. Can't beat them.
     
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