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Old March 28, 2013, 03:36 PM   #13
BigJimP
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Join Date: February 23, 2005
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Most of the guys that reload shotshells....shoot a few hundred shells a week ....for sporting clays, trap or skeet...but I also load some " 00" Buck for tactical shotgun practice..../ and even on shells with # 9 or #8 shot in them you'll easily save $ 2 a box over even cheap promo shells....and way more on any other types of shotshells.

MEC Grabber will give you about 8 boxes an hour ( 200 shells )....
MEC 9000 HN's will easily give you 20 boxes an hour ( 500 shells ).../photo below is of the MEC 9000 HN's .....the blue press is the Dillon 650 ( for metallic - handgun and rifles)....
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On a Dillon 650 press, with a case feeder ---- I easily loaded about 6 boxes ( 300 rds this morning ...in about 20 minutes). I had some time to kill before I went to my office .....
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I have the luxury of having my presses all set up ...in my basement shop / heated and dry and ready to go.../ nobody messes with things in there when I'm not looking.../ so I just go down and run what I need, when I need it -- depending on what caliber is set on the Dillon 650...or which press is set to go on the hydraulic ...( I have 9000 HN's in 12, 20, 28ga and .410 ) ...and I have one motor and pump - and just rotate 2 of the 4 presses to the bench as needed.

Shop July 08 018.jpg

http://thefiringline.com/forums/atta...3&d=1262629099

http://thefiringline.com/forums/atta...7&d=1232046534
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The shop isn't fancy ....but it works for me as a one man operation.
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