GUN anyone reload for shotguns?

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  1. [DWI]

    [DWI] Master of Nothing

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    A family member gave me this

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    apparently its been laying around since someone died and now I have it.

    there are no instruction with it, I was wondering if anyone has any good resources for reloading shotgun shells, its for 12 ga. 2 3/4 shells, with a hand setup like this?

    oh and for a little sticker shock

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  2. JaimeZX

    JaimeZX Formerly of :Sep 2001: fame - Also: Sprout Crew OT Supporter

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    I used to but it's been a while. You can get progressive shotgun reloaders pretty cheap and that thing looks kinda complicated. :o
     
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    JaimeZX Formerly of :Sep 2001: fame - Also: Sprout Crew OT Supporter

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    You can get one of these for $49

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    Way easier.
     
  5. cjj92yj

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    I was given an old MEC 500 when my grandfather passed away about 10 years ago. It's still at my old man's house, out of state. I haven't really been interested in it. He gave me like 100 pounds of lead as well. Tons of various fiber wads too. And around 200 paper shells to reload. I have everything but the powder. For some reason I never was interested in reloading for that though.

    I've tried to get rid of it all numerous times, but no one seems interested in reloading 12 ga. either.

    Edt: don't know why I wrote this. LOL
     
  6. Furner

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    a real reloader is much better than a hammer reloader. i have a mec 100 jr or something, i dont know. all i know is i added a primer feed, and i loaded a ton of rounds in rem sts hulls for like $2 a box.
     

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