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WTB- Ponsness 800 20 Guage

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by Frontier1, Nov 7, 2012.

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  1. Frontier1

    Frontier1 TS Member

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    I am interested in a 20 Gauge Ponsness 800.
    If you have one to sell, please let me know
    which model you have, it's condition and
    the price you would like. I would also pay
    the approximate $40-$50 for ground shipping.
    I just picked up a 12 Gauge for a little under
    $300. I'm just getting into reloading and am
    finding that with reload components, the savings
    don't amount much than a buck a box. Just have
    better control for custom loads.

    Thank you so much.
    Dan
     
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    A fair deal would be a low mileage 800B for about $250. Don't buy a worn out machine and don't overpay.
     
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    They are going for 380-400 on ebay. I just bought one for my son at 415 after freight. and It needed some cleaning up and repairs. I bought a rough one for 325 that took a lot of work to get it in shape.
     
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