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Join date : 2009-03-18

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PostSubject: Reloading tools and supplies   Reloading tools and supplies Icon_minitimeWed Mar 18, 2009 7:46 pm

Reloading tools and supplies.

RCBS, Rockchucker press, powder scale, powder trickler, case length cutter.

Die sets,
30'06 full length and neck sizer, .357, 9mm carbide, .45 ACP, .223, primer pocket swager, stuck case remover.

Lyman 1200 tumbler
Lee lead pot
Trius trap thrower
Mec super speeder shot shell loader with several powder and shot bars
homemade .38 resizer-lubricator
lead hardness tester.

3,000 rounds winchester .22 long rifle
300 to 400 12 gauge reloads
500 rounds .45 acp
400 rounds .223 reloads
500 rounds 9mm lead bullet reloads
1,000 rounds 9mm fmj reloads
400 rounds .38sp

About 10,000 primers, CCI, assorted small and large pistol and small and large rifle.
About 1,000 shotshell primers
About 5,000 Winchester AA 12 gauge wads
8 bags of #9 shot
1 bag of 7 1/2 shot.
About 40 lbs of assorted rifle, pistol and shotgun powder
big box of shotgun shell empties
10,000 plus rounds empty brass, assorted, some new, some new primed, some once fired,some used but reloadable.
Many bullet boxes, a bunch of odd loaded ammo and brass.
About 15 or so reloading manuals, firearms and ballistics books.
A lot of other small items, pistol grips, small tools, butt plates etc.

Selling all as one lot, for $2400.00/ best offer.I'm willing to trade for a highend laptop and cash, or just cash or ??? no item sales. I'm in the Alpena area if you would care to look.

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Join date : 2010-05-27

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PostSubject: Re: Reloading tools and supplies   Reloading tools and supplies Icon_minitimeMon Jun 14, 2010 3:10 am

I'm sure i have forgotten something here. The question is how much are you going to shoot this. If you are going to drop 100 rds at the range every couple weeks like me than it may benefit you long term. If you only plan on shooting a few times a year buy them at a store. I ran into some reloading gear very cheap so my start up costs were low. I suggest a turret press if you plan on reloading. I wish I had one ( I have 4 presses bolted to my reloading bench, works but bulky). Lee dies are good for starters and cheap.
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