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THREE..MEC RELOADERS FOR SALE

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Heckyea, Apr 23, 2009.

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  1. Heckyea

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    So what gauges are they? I'm looking for a 410 .
    Ron
     
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    Is the grabber still for sale? Is it in good working order? If so How much shipping to 61883.

    Thanks, Brian
     
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    you need a new mini skirt and a shave LOL YUST YOKIN..

    Thanks. I'll contact him.
     
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    Up for a funny man. Tim Hall
     
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    Hello Richard, I will be at the Georgia shoot this weekend, but will probably not make it up to South or North Carolina this year. Will probably shoot the Southern Zone in Corinth, MS & have already got a camp site for the Grand. Hope things are better on your end....Regarding the funny haha or qu#$$....I will leave that part to your friends up there. Tim Hall
     
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    Are they still for sale? Do you have any pics?

    Tyler
     
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    Is it much trouble to convert a 9000g to a hydraulic or is it better to start with a 9000h?
     
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    ccw,

    If you are asking for opinions on the 9000g vs h, my recomendation is to start with a 9000g and put it on top of an Automate. Much better than hydraulic in my opinion. Or, I believe, they are sold new as a 9000e.

    Shoot well and often,

    Mark.
     
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