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*****WTB***** P/W or Dillon progressive 12ga

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  1. ralanger

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    *****WTB***** P/W or Dillon progressive 12ga.

    Reaching me by email would be best. (ralanger@jacks.sdstate.edu)

    thanks
    Ryan
     
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    Ryan I have a P/W 9000 with quite a few powder and shot bushings, also some spare parts. Works great just I don,t reload anymore. Thanks Mike K. E-mail captmdk@comcast.net
     
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    Big differance between these two. Do you really know what you want?
     
  4. ralanger

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    I have a friend that has a few of each of these presses, so i have had the chance to try them before i decided to buy.
     
  5. John Thompson

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    I have owned Mec, Texan and PW's. For the money, Mec is hard to beat. I have my 2nd PW 800, I bought my first one over 30 years ago. I shoot about 12,000 targets a year, all reloads. My current PW is hydraulic, w/auto shell feed. I have had some problems but you can't beat the full length resizing. I think the Spolar is better but at 68 I doubt I will wear out this PW.
     
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