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WTB/T 'Corner Queen' SingleStg Reloader

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by goatskin, Mar 29, 2009.

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  1. goatskin

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    WTB/T

    The only reloading I do is a few specialised hunting loads - mostly short 12s and 10s and some 24s, and they are usually roll-crimped, but I'd like to work up some crimped loads, too.

    Outside of Federal papers, I use new hulls, and may reload some of the plastics once or twice.

    I need a single stage reloader of some type, and 'complete' or 'great shape' doesn't matter much, as all I'm going to use is de-prime/prime and final crimp, and maybe wad-pressure - everything else is dipper, scale and nudge&poke stuff.

    I guess I prefer a MEC as they are orangutan-proof and I have the brass 'paper hull' crimp-starters, but I can figure out other brands, as long as I can get different dies for them.

    I'll buy the skeleton (and whatever 12 or 10 dies are available), but I'd really prefer to trade a brand-spanking new Browning 52" waxed-cotton & leather floating gun case I bought the other day that my SxS won't fit into. It will cradle, nuzzle and nurture an O/U, auto and slide just fine, of course.

    Bob
     
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