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I recently purchased an old Texan Autoloader and must say I'm impressed. This is the most solidly crafted machine I have to date. It's amazing the thought and workmanship that went into this thing. Anybody still using one of these things?
 

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I have one I use time to time. Do you have the bushings for shot and powder? Powder bushings were smaller.
 

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I have one I use time to time. Do you have the bushings for shot and powder? Powder bushings were smaller.
Yes, I have a good assortment but plan to make whatever else I need with a lathe that was also recently purchased. It'll make a good project.
 

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A 12 ga. Texan, purchased new, was my first reloader many moons ago. I remember it as a good unit. I would still own it but after joining the service, the folks gave it away when they moved south --- :icon_cry:
 

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Mr Bulley, did you make the hydraulic ram shield on the PW? Nice idea.

Let's go shoot revolvers....I'll bring bullets.
 

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Gary,

Nice to see you again at the PITA Grand. Did you do any good?

The only prize I won, was at the Ice Cream parlor!

Ajax
 

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i have a friend with 2 of those... his are grey in color though
i use one to load 1 1/8 of #6 with some 800x out of... very nice old reloaders
 
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