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Texan M 11-A Loader ?

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by john g., Sep 9, 2012.

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  1. john g.

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    I just was given a Texan M 11-A 12 ga. progressive loader w/some extra bushings and wad guides. After cleaning and lubing it,it is like new. But it is missing the primer feed tubes and the spent primer drawer/tray or ramp. Does anyone have parts or information that they will share?

    Thank you
    John G.
     
  2. bpratl

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    I have a couple of the Texan presses but no spare parts. Are you missing the whole primer assembly or just the tube? If you only need the tube I can supply dimensions and photos if needed. The spent primer CAN is a small spice can. Once it is set up properly, it runs flawlessly.
    Bob Pratl
     
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    Bob
    Pics and dimensions would really help P.M. me
    Yes this loader looks bullet pruff.I am missing just the primer tube. Tried a old Mec 650 primer tube it works but loose. I need to make a bushing to hold it tight and off set it back to clear the top of loader or put a bend in it.I think I can make some type of cup /drawer to catch spent primers.

    It sounds like you have allready done what I need to do.Thank you and May God Bless You

    John G.
     
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    I finally had a chance to take some photos of the primer feed/tube.

    The I.D. of the tube is .348" and the O.D. is .412" with the bottom 1" machined to .405" were it fits into the primer assembly.
    I hope this helps.

    Bob Pratl
     
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