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WTB progessive 20 ga reloader

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by sdhunter, Feb 17, 2010.

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  1. sdhunter

    sdhunter TS Member

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    Looking for a progessive 20 gauge reloader preferably a MEC have a sixth grader and an eigth grader starting to shoot here in nebraska for the high school teams and I cant keep up with a Lee Load all. Interested in an 8567 or other grabber.

    Steve
     
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    If you happen to decide that you may be interested in a nice 20 gauge Pacific 366 drop me a PM.
     
  3. K.B.

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    i have a 20ga. 9000 i think you should get a 9000.im in 5th grade and i love the reloader its rely fast
    you can do a box in 5 to 7 min. if you shoot as much as I do it pays for its self me and my dad have calculated with reloading a box you save about $3.50. and i shoot 7/8 oz aa hs hull clay buster wad and i like to use 20/28 its a good powder. GOOD LUCK
     
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