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Unread 08-16-2022, 10:32 PM   #11
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I think I still have a 10ga one in the box - maybe i''ll wait for the price to peak
Speaking from experience, how will you know when they have peaked, Rick? I let $8.00 corn and $1.38 cotton slip by me, just this summer.
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Made my weekly pass thru the reloading stuff I watch on Ebay, lots of clean, one owner MEC rigs for sale. Several models and multi gauges from cheap to ridicules. I'm always amazed at what some items are valued at.
Not so much at where the items are priced/valued. It's all what some dupe is willing to pay for the items.
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I just had a .410 600 JR given to me by a club member. This is good because my two PW 800Bs are pretty permanently broken down after more than forty years of service. However, a free 600 JR is not as good a deal as you think. If you shoot a dozen different .410s, you need to size the shells and a Supersizer by MEC is not a cheap item. I guess I'll find out which of my .410s have tight chambers.
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I just had a .410 600 JR given to me by a club member. This is good because my two PW 800Bs are pretty permanently broken down after more than forty years of service. However, a free 600 JR is not as good a deal as you think. If you shoot a dozen different .410s, you need to size the shells and a Supersizer by MEC is not a cheap item. I guess I'll find out which of my .410s have tight chambers.
Whats wrong with the sizer on the 600 Jr.? It does a decent job.

If you want a .410 Super Sizer find a used 12 which are relatively cheap and buy the conversion kit. I found a couple for $25 each and did that to them.
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Whats wrong with the sizer on the 600 Jr.? It does a decent job.

If you want a .410 Super Sizer find a used 12 which are relatively cheap and buy the conversion kit. I found a couple for $25 each and did that to them.
the issue is - especially in older guns - chambers vary -

I had a 10 gauge guun that I had to run the shells fired in it through a super sizer before they would fit in the Jr. Another 10 was tight but would fit into the JR. Shells fired in my Ithaca Super 10 barely cause any resistance in the resizer on the Jr
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Ditto with a 16. Found a 16 supersizer on eBay, converted a 12 SM to 16 w/collet for 16 chambers of varying sizes. Works great.
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Does anyone here have 16g or 410g die sets for sale?
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