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Old December 29, 2008, 01:50 PM   #1
okiefarmer
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TEXAN shotshell reloader question......

I oughtta know this, but am gonna have to humbly ask you all for advice. I have reloaded using three old Texans for years, all 12 and 20. I recently picked up a Remi 1148 in 16 guage at the Tulsa gun show. Have also recenly found out how scarce 16 hulls are. I had previoiusly been buying 16 loaded rounds at pawn shops, et al., when I saw them, but would like to start reloading them when these get shot up and I do find hulls - - - - someday.

I know TEXAN is no more, but, like I said, I should know this, but I thought there was an outfit who more or less produced(s) parts that still fit the old presses, specifically dies.

Any help or directions on where to look appreciated.

Thanks,
Okie out
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Old December 29, 2008, 11:39 PM   #2
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Check out Graf and Sons in Mexico Missouri for you hulls. They handle a lot of hard to get stuff. On the Texan reloaders, good luck.
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