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texan autoloader

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by fishingairplane, Apr 13, 2011.

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  1. fishingairplane

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    I recently purchased a Texan autoloader. I had thought it was complete but I am
    wrong. I don't know much about it. It is a progressive and from what I can tell from others I've seen , it is a model M. It is red and well built. It came with 1 powder bushing and 1 shot bushing. I think it is missing the crimp starter as well. Any parts or even another complete press would be great. This thing is built like a tank and I would love to get it going. Thanks for all your help. Joe Kiuber
     
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    I have a 12 and a 20 gauge model m. I don't use a crimp starter on ether one and they come out looking like factory shells. The crimper is very unique and works well.

    Allen
     
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