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WTB Reloader for 12g

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by macguyver67, Feb 8, 2011.

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  1. macguyver67

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    I am just getting into reloading and I would like to purchase a high quality 12g reloader. I have been looking at the MEC 9000 but would be interested in other options. If you have a MEC Auto-Mate or other more automated reloader that would be preferred.

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    With a handle like that, you ought to be able to make one out of a paperclip, chewing gum wrapper, and a roll of duct tape:)

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    I have a PW 2000 and PW 950E and an Apex 3.1.
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    Mac, Welcome to TS.com and I hope you find us here informative and sometimes even entertaining as well. As far as you and reloading goes, the Mec 9000 with a auto-mate is something you will pretty much have to go buy new. They are about $900 at Gamaliel.com. Website and will deliver to your address. You will also have to spend another $750 plus dollars to get set up with your components as well. You will need a area in your home to fully keep just for your reloading so keep that in mind. Also you need to keep primers and powder away from children and TEENAGERS. You'll need to find out where to buy your components from the local shooters at your range is the best place to start. Do you even know if you will enjoy reloading, because it is not for everyone if you don't have the time or enjoy a hobby at making things you may hate it??? If you have any other questions just let us know. Hope this helps you out. Break-em all. Jeff
     
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    My dad has a couple of reloaders for sale.
    Hornady Apex 3.1 with cover,manual and a few bushings for $175.00

    Mec 9000H with a couple of bars,bushings and a nice heavy loading table for $550.00 and possible delivery less than 100 miles of SE Iowa for a delivery
    fee for gas. Face to face sale only because of extreme freight charge that this loader would be.

    I have pic's of both loaders if needed.

    Joe Wasson
     
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