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What do I have?

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by pahunter1, Mar 8, 2010.

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  1. pahunter1

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    I am sorry I don't have pictures. I will try to get some. I have a reloader that on the base is a sticker saying TEXAN It is real old. It has a cord that you plug into a 120 outlet. It looks like it heats up the case for crimping. Anybody have an idea as to what it is according to my discription? Would love to know about it. I want to sell it after I find out more about it. Thanks ED There must be some people that collect vintage reloading equipment that would know.
     
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    "doctor"?
     
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    Might be an old Texan case reconditioner, for use back when hulls were waxed paper tubes. The hull conditioner would melt the wax and round out the old style hull. It's more of a collector item now since it would not be used with plastic hulls.
     
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    Anybody have ideas? Bob K I think you right about the wax hulls. Approximate age of machine? There has to be collecter's out there. Anymore info would be appreciated. Thanks ED
     
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    It is a case conditioner from the sounds of it that was used with paper hulls.
     
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    Would love to know more about this piece of equipment. Thanks ED
     
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    A shooting buddy has one.

    They were great for loading the Remington Premier hulls on a cold day! It made crimping those thick, stiff hulls much easier.
     
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