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Are you tired of not being able to see the powder and shot levels through your opaque EZ-FILL hopper?


I make a set of Acrylic Reservoirs that fit on the EZ-FILL base. The tubes on these reservoirs are made of Acrylic plastic (Plexiglas). They are almost as clear as glass. They have tight fitting caps. Each reservoir is secured to the EZ-FILL base with two set screws for a rock solid mounting.


The shot reservoir holds 25 pounds of shot and the powder reservoir holds a pound of powder.<BR>The shot reservoir is 4” in diameter by 12” tall. The powder reservoir is 2.75” in diameter by 12” tall.


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The reservoirs have built-in baffles to assure consistent metering.<BR>
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The Acrylic Reservoirs are about 3” taller than the original EZ-FILL hopper.<BR>
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The flat bottom design allows good access to the bushings.<BR>
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The Acrylic Reservoirs mount on any EZ-FILL base.<BR>
My Aluminum Base---------------------------------P/W aluminum base--------------------------------- P/W plastic base<BR>
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The base in the photos IS NOT INCLUDED with the set of reservoirs.


These reservoirs will fit the new Patriot loader.


The price is $100.00 plus shipping which is based on your location.


Email or PM me your shipping address for a total with the shipping.


Jim Skeel<BR>P/W Dealer/Distributor
 

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No, but I will do PayPal if you cover the 3% fee.

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Whats the best way to remove the bases for the old plastic tubes.? Are they glued on or press fit.?
 

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Grunt, I believe they just pull off. The ones on my 375 do seem to be glued on though. It has been a long time since I have been around any.

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