Who sells these auto mates for mec loaders?Are they worth the expense?Or should i just buy a hydrualic mec?Are they hard to install and set up?Just thought i would get some info from some of you who may have them.
Mec just bought Auto-Mate and they will be for sale through Mec.
I got one from a guy on this sit and it's great, it was easy to set-up and runs very well.
Great product and money well spent, highly recommend it.
From all of the reading and talking to that I have done, the Auto-mate is the way to go. It is a lot quieter and easier to control if you have problems. I have CD-ROM of it in operation if you would like to borrow it sometime.
I downloaded video and seen it a week or so ago.I just was wondering about hooking it up to the loader.and actual using it.some products dont always work as advertised.the other problem was actualy talking to the company.all i ever got was recordings.but what eric says makes since if mec bought them.their probably in process of moving.
When the Auto-Mate first came out a few people where confused about its operation and how to hook it up. After it was explained to them they quickly realized how to make the connections.
The loader itself doesn't work any differently, it just removes the human element are far as working the lever. Your loads will be more consistant and you can stop the action at any time during the cycle to make adjustments or clean up a mistake. I will have one of these down the road a little piece.
This is one of the few products you will buy that does exactly what it is supposed to do. I have in excess of 50,000 loads thru my loader with the Automate. The Automate works flawlessly! I have the Mec 9000G with the new large cap primer tray,(you can put 250 in it) large bottles for both powder and shot, load a flat in about 30 min. Great product, try it, you'll not be disappointed. Jake