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MEC case conditioner for 12 gauge as pictured. Any questions or comments Please message me.
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I believe pettifogger1 above, has a valid question. I checked the case conditioner that I use and the "primer punch" protrudes about 1" below the bottom of the "resizing ring" and should be visible in the pictures along with a small container to catch the primers. Perhaps an additional "frontal" picture of the lower part of the re-sizer is warranted to verify if the punch is missing.

I believe parts are still available from MEC, but if they are it would affect the value of this piece of equipment.

In my opinion these "Case Conditioners" do a much better job than the current shell case re-sizers on the market today and also punches out the primer and opens up the top of the empty hull. I've had/used both and sold the new style, but kept & use this model on all my
reloads.

Makes it easier on the loaders & the primers have been removed.
 

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I believe pettifogger1 above, has a valid question. I checked the case conditioner that I use and the "primer punch" protrudes about 1" below the bottom of the "resizing ring" and should be visible in the pictures along with a small container to catch the primers. Perhaps an additional "frontal" picture of the lower part of the re-sizer is warranted to verify if the punch is missing.

I believe parts are still available from MEC, but if they are it would affect the value of this piece of equipment.

In my opinion these "Case Conditioners" do a much better job than the current shell case re-sizers on the market today and also punches out the primer and opens up the top of the empty hull. I've had/used both and sold the new style, but kept & use this model on all my
reloads.

Makes it easier on the loaders & the primers have been removed.
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I believe pettifogger1 above, has a valid question. I checked the case conditioner that I use and the "primer punch" protrudes about 1" below the bottom of the "resizing ring" and should be visible in the pictures along with a small container to catch the primers. Perhaps an additional "frontal" picture of the lower part of the re-sizer is warranted to verify if the punch is missing.

I believe parts are still available from MEC, but if they are it would affect the value of this piece of equipment.

In my opinion these "Case Conditioners" do a much better job than the current shell case re-sizers on the market today and also punches out the primer and opens up the top of the empty hull. I've had/used both and sold the new style, but kept & use this model on all my
reloads.

Makes it easier on the loaders & the primers have been removed.
Thank for pointing that out.
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