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Unread 02-14-2020, 04:57 PM   #21
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Yes sir! Letís just say you divide time between 7 presses, thatís 1286 shells per gauge if you split the time evenly. PLENTY of shells to play with!
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Here is a pic of the PW.
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That sure is a clean looking PW 800B. All my 800Bs were bought used for peanuts. If I didn't have a bunch of them, I would consider the one Mike pictured. The MEC collet resizing system is made for high condition empties and loose chambered guns. There are certain combinations of empties and guns where MEC sizers just don't work.
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Mike - Do you like the shovel handle on your machine? I've had a number of PW's and always thought that the handle modification seemed to be 90 degrees off
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Mike - Do you like the shovel handle on your machine? I've had a number of PW's and always thought that the handle modification seemed to be 90 degrees off
Itís not my press so I canít answer that.
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John, the shovel can be turned. Loosen the set screw at the end of the axle and turn the shovel. I have shovels on all of my PWs except the 375s.
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Pacific 366 . Love em. Winter is reloading season. Ready and no where to go. The country has closed.
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