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Amazing looking machine,...seems to have a motorized spindle crimper.

Video shows reloading of new un-crimped hulls and once fired hulls.

Shot/powder consistency looks amazing.

Looks very well built, sharp looking.

Has anyone used/seen one of these in the US ?
 

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The thing I noticed about all the Euro machines is that there is no primer insert station. They apparently used new primed shells or insert primers separately.

Bill
 

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Also nice how you can take a shell out at any station. But like Bill said, looks like it is made for pre-primed shells.
 

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Good looking,but seems slow and lacks any resizeing ability...KS-OKIE
 
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How the heck are you John?
 

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That machine is for new shell production only. This the reason why there is no resize station. Notice the hulls are brand new un crimped and obviously pre-primed. The spinning crimp die is a type of roll crimp which leaves a perfectly round crimp and is common on virgin hull crimping.

Anyone can have a machine built like this or even one with a resize station and priming station for their very own. There are companies who make a living making production machines of all types. They will design and build it to your very specs. All it takes is money. Lots of money.
 

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Tim:I doing fine for an old fat guy.We sure miss you at the local shoots.Merry Christmas to you and yours...John
 
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