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Who would have a large selection of New and used M

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by stokinpls, Dec 19, 2009.

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  1. stokinpls

    stokinpls Well-Known Member

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    If it was me I'd either:

    A: Break down and buy a Universal Charge Bar (and page Bob Dodd for instructions) used, off of Ebay AND a cheap beam balance scale. or

    B: Get out the "nail polish" (I liked to use packing tape) or a "brake hone" (I liked to use a Dremel tool) and modify the current one, checking it with your cheap beam balance scale.

    There are several of both on Ebay, but getting a fixed bar like you want will be tough - especially that exact combination. You'll have to get lucky. Good luck.

    P.S. I never liked the idea of using a Universal Charge Bar in a non-progressive reloader where you have to manually push the bar back and forth. The knobs do have locking set screws, but it just didn't seem right to be pushing on them all the time. Just my opinion.
     
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    Won't a 12 gauge 650 bar work in a 20 gauge 650 loades and didn't the 12 gauge bars have powder bushings?

    Ed Yanchok
     
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