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I bought a used 12 ga Spolar a month or so ago it came with the 28 ga tools. I hooked it up to my existing hyrdraulic and starting loading. I ordered a new set of .410 ga tools from Spolar. I received them this week and loaded the hulls that I had. May I say that this machine was a pleasure to load on. I have heard the stories of how hard .410s are to load, but I had absolutley "NO" problems loading them. This was the first time in my 40 plus years of my shooting career that I have loaded .410s. Thanks to Spolar and their excellnet machine.
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Don--You must have been a little excited. You got carried away with the "@ " symbol. Like a little kid with his new toy. LOL Lets see some pics of those .410 reloads. Can honestly say i've never seen a .410 reload.

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I shoot around 3000 to 4000 .410's per year. My 800 Plus with the Auto-Drive does a fine job.

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Very nice Don. I doubt i could pick 'em out from a pile of new. I would think the tiny crimps would be hard to do. I'm definately impressed with how they turn out.--Matt
 

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I know they sell sets of tubes but can you buy just a single gauge? For instance if i wanted a just .28ga tubes can you buy them like that?

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I timed it and it took me 15 minutes but it was the second time I did it. There is NO adjustments when you change them, DID I mention NO ADJUSTMENTS?
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