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  1. Note: Everything is SOLD PENDING FUNDS Press: Lee Pro 1000 - $50 The arm doesn't pull down for some reason so this is why I've significantly discounted it, I'm sure it can be fixed. Comes with Brass Feeder, Powder plates, extra pieces. Funnel. Powder feeder, primer feeder. Normally $200 plus new. Lee Precision Dies: - $25 for both 45 ACP and 9mm Tumbler: Lyman Turbo 1200 w/ half bag of media. - $25. The base cracked, but it works like a charm. Comes with a wall timer. Also some extra brass polish and brass die lube. RCBS 502 Powder Scale - $35 (This is a steal, normally $75 plus shipping!) Very accurate, easy to use. SOLD - Primers: 6 full boxes Large Pistol Primers. - SPF $90 (Plus 2 partial boxes) 6 boxes CCI Small Pistol Primers - SPF $90 (3 TulAmmo, 2 CCI, 1 Sellier/Bellot) 2 partial boxes Large Pistol primers. (This is $15 each, I'm not charging for the partials.) You will NOT get a better deal than this. Usually $35 a box, plus shipping, plus hazmat. and you're getting two partial boxes free!). The small pistol primers were literally just opened from the box they shipped in just for the photo. Untouched. Bullets: $15 per box. Update: 2 boxes 158g 38 SPF Lead 45 ACP, Lead 38spl/357Mag, 500 bullets per box Partial Box of Plated 9mm (about 200 bullets) / Included if you buy the lot Partial Box 45ACP Lead about 200 bullets / Included if you buy the lot You will not get a better deal than this. I paid $35 a box plus shipping. Assorted Brass: $45 (unprimed, once fired) Approximately 1000 9mm, 500 40sw, 500 38spl, 500 357mag, plus at least 1000 assorted brass. Comes with the plastic tubs. Honestly, the count is probably higher than what I'm listing, but I would rather err on the side of caution. Usually, you can pay around $45 for 1000 rounds of any brass or more. MTM Bullet Trays: $FREE IF YOU BUY ANY OF THE ABOVE ITEMS. First come first serve. 4 x 45 ACP 100 round trays, 1 x 9mm 100 round tray, 3 x 50 round 9mm trays (smart reloader brand) THE WHOLE LOT - $125 SPF Assorted Brass: $45 Bullets: $60 2000 bullets RCBS 502 Powder Scale - $35 Tumbler: Lyman Turbo 1200 w/ half bag of media. $25. Dies: 45 ACP and 9mm - $25 Lee Pro 1000 Press - $50 Powder: Accurate #2 and Clay's. About a third of the bottle left of each container. Located in Matawan NJ right off Rt 34. 10 Min fro OBRPC. sungwei@gmail.com 732 841 6482 Unfortunately cannot ship or meet up currently as I am moving so local pick up only. 158g Sold pending funds
  2. Up for sale is an unused Lee Loader Kit for .44 magnum. The kit comes as shown and has all of the parts that come with the set. $20 for a face-to-face sale in the Princeton/Hillsborough area
  3. For sale awesome MEC 9000HN Hydraulic reloading press $600 ! I already have a pair of these machines and tuned this up perfectly. It has been stripped down, cleaned, assembled, lubed and run 200 shells. They chambered and shot perfect. This machine needs nothing to start loading shells at a rate of 300 per hour. If you have a single stage or manual progressive MEC, this is the machine for you. Your arm will thank you, the hydraulic 110VAC pump has a foot pedal. It draws less than 10 amp, can plug in anywhere. The sizing collet is in perfect condition. It is set up now for 1-1/8 oz 1,200 FPS velocity using Cheddite 209 primers, WIN wad & Remington Gun club hulls. These are great hulls to reload, the plastic is perfect for re-crimping. I can set it up for another load or show you how to do it. This machine lists for $1,211 at Midway + shipping but you can get a machine fully set up and working for the low price of $600 ! This will produce $9 per box Winchester AA loads for about $5. Plus the machine will always have resale value, parts and service are available from MEC. I have been loading on the 9000 for 5 years and they are easy to adjust & maintain. But wait................. Act now and included in the price is the MEC maintenance tools for adjusting base re-sizing & main spring removal ($32 value), MEC Bushing rack ($30 value), 9 bushings ($45 value) 3 charge bars ($54 value). That is over $150 worth of extra stuff that you don't have to buy! The manual is included. Man that's a lot of extra stuff. The extra bushings will allow you to make any 7/8 oz, 1 oz, 1-1/8 oz shell at any velocity. You can make some low recoil now noise light loads for the kids up to a killer 75 yard sporting clay crusher for the end station at Lehigh. OK, this sounds too good to be true but I want to sell it to a forum bud and skip the hassle of shipping it on EBay. The machine is under power and will produce shells immediately. I couldn't sell it any other way. Pickup only in Brick NJ. This is not me but it is a very accurate representation of the machine. Best to call or text 732-691-8706, I don't check Forum replies too often.
  4. Up for sell two Lee Load-All re-loaders: 12 Gauge and 20 Gauge. All original components and paperwork is included. Both re-loaders work just fine, I shot many clay birds with shells that came out of this "factory". Reloading supplies include: W209 Shotgun Primers 6 boxes No 9 magnum shot ~35-40lb Hodgdon International Clay powder ~3.5lbs 12G and 20G wadding. Bags almost full as on the picture. Also, hundreds of assorted once shot shotgun shells. You can get to reloading business right away with this package. I want to sell this package all at once for $150. Would not want to break it up.
  5. Amazon currently has the Hornady brass tumbler listed for $27.99, shipped and sold by Amazon. Cheapest price around for this tumbler. https://amzn.to/2DV0PGF Edit: See next post, just realized there is also free 100 bullets from Hornady, just pay shipping. Link to rebate! https://press.hornady.com/assets/pcthumbs/tmp/1410994661-2018-Get-Loaded-Redemption-Form1509649366.pdf
  6. Just got an email, two days only, expiring tomorrow, an extra 10% off everything, including clearance at Natchez Shooting Supplies. Use this link.... Enter Promo Code PO170622 at checkout.
  7. Some sold, some left, some changes. By request, asking prices for individual die sets now listed. I dropped shooting many calibers, so I am thinning out my reloading gear and components. Can meet in the Morristown/Randolph/Mendham area for any sale over $25. Will ship Priority Mail at cost if prepaid with postal money order. The only item I might consider in trade is an automatic (12v electric) trap thrower. see pics at end Components: ALL SOLD Dies: All remaining sets (1,2,3,5,6) for $120 OBO. If they don't sell as a bundle then I may divide the sets up and go the Ebay route. I initially priced the sets 25-50 each, depending (total $235). But instead, I've decided to offer the bundle at a large discount to save the time and trouble of multiple small sales, shipping etc. (basically buying 3 sets and the rest are gratus). All dies are rust free, have scratch free interiors and produce perfect ammo. Some of the decapping pins should be replaced. set #1: $40 9mm RCBS carbide sizer, CH speed seater (really nice die), CH taper crimp, machinist made powder check die, 9mm loaded cartridge gauge set #2: $25 9mm Pacific Durachrome carbide sizer, Lee seater, Lee Factory Crimp Die set #3: $40 .357 mag Lyman carbide sizer, Lee seater, Lee Factory Crimp Die, machinist made powder check die, .357 mag loaded cartridge gauge set #4: $40 SOLD .38 sp Lyman carbide sizer, Lee seater, Lee Factory Crimp Die, machinist made powder check die, .38 sp loaded cartridge gauge (the top of the sizing die was milled by 3mm, does not affect function) Yes, I realize .38 and .357 typically use the same dies but it is useful to have 2 sets so you can leave them setup/adjusted for each caliber. set #5: $25 .45 acp Lyman carbide sizer, Lee seater, Lee Factory Crimp Die with extra seater insert to customize to your bullet shape set #6: $25 9mm Redding carbide sizer .45-70 RCBS sizer (no decapping stem) .380 acp RCBS carbide sizer (no decapping stem) .38 sp RCBS seat/crimp (no stem) SOLD Misc. Reloading Equipment: Dillon AT 500 powder die - $18 $15 https://www.dillonprecision.com/at-500-powder-die_8_4_23631.html Dillon standard powder die (New) - $13 $10 https://www.dillonprecision.com/dillon-powder-die_8_4_23603.html loaded cartridge counter - $25 $20
  8. Just caught this. Only valid today. Berry's plated pistol bullets are also on sale. Use code 17CLUB516
  9. just bought a complete lyman t-mag press with all the trimmings. first time reloader and im having some trouble getting it set up safely and correctly. im looking for someone to possibly come to my home and help me out or maybe walk me through it somehow. id be more then willing to pay for your time. if interested or can help, you can contact me directly at ivan0000013@yahoo.com . thanks.i really need some help as I now am the proud owner of a $500 paper weight.lol.
  10. I'm redoing my work area in my basement and have added new workbenches. I have considered building from the start but found the following and said the hell with it. I can't say how tickled I am to have found this workbench at Home Depot. It's sturdy as a rock, requires no assembly and very well put together. The photo on HD's site does not justify this bugger. For $70, why build one? The material you need may run cheaper, but you have to acquire it, cut it and build it. So this thing for the cost is worth it because it's a no brainer. I love working with wood, but my basement is hard to work in with lengths of wood. One swing the wrong way, I can take out a boiler or water heater. And for the folks that would like a new bench but are not skilled in building, this one is for you! It makes a great reloading bench or anything else. It's stainable or paintable.. I fasten mine to the wall to make it strurdier because I have no need to move it. But it's legs fold into itself and the shelf on the bottom slips in and makes it whole and sturdy. Want to move or stow it? Just remove shelf and fold it in. Here is a link to it. HD's photo sux.. In fact, the top they show is not the one you get. You get one even better. It's a type of saw dust particle board. Very strong... (Check out the review someone gave with his phtos for more shots and he added casters... Here is a shot of mine assembled and in place. HD Link: http://www.homedepot.com/p/Unbranded-Fold-Out-Wood-Workbench-Common-72-in-Actual-20-0-in-x-72-0-in-WKBNCH72X22/203083493?N=5yc1vZc898
  11. Which stores, in the best of times, sell reloading components in Morris, Essex, Union and Somerset counties? (That's my radius) Thanks AS
  12. The following powders are available during this posting: Reloader 33 Power Pro 1200-R Red Dot Unique 2400 Reloader 7 Reloader 25 Power Pistol Power Pro 300 MP Power Pro 2000 MR Use "3REWARDS" for Free Shipping over $49 OR Sign up for $20.00 off of $150 order (This basically wipes out the HAZMAT fee) if you are purchase 8lb powders. I would pickup some Unique but I just purchased a tub of IMR PB.... go figure. Ken C.
  13. http://www.midwayusa.com/product/3083577571/tulammo-large-pistol-primers http://www.midwayusa.com/product/3083499429/tulammo-large-rifle-primers http://www.midwayusa.com/product/3083180727/tulammo-large-pistol-magnum-primers http://www.midwayusa.com/product/3083180213/tulammo-large-magnum-rifle-primers http://www.midwayusa.com/product/3083212767/tulammo-small-rifle-223-remington-primers Get em while they're available. It looks like the supply chain is starting to open up a little bit.
  14. Just looking to see how the reloading community cleans and maintains your dies. And what type of tips for cleaning and storage I could possibly pick up from the vast population of the NJ gun forum. I have both handgun and rifle dies.
  15. I'm looking for thoughts and opinions on a 300 AAC Blackout upper build. Reason behind the build is I have a lot of .308 bullets in various weights that I reload for 30-06. 308 Winchester/7.62 NATO, 300 Win Mag, etc so ammunition would not be a concern. I'm likely going to use this for short range target shooting/fun at the range. Let me know if you have any experience with this caliber and what you think of it. Also, if anybody has a link to a cheap but reliable barrel please share. I'm not sure what length is best in this caliber for fair to descent target shooting but would like something that can keep 5 rounds in to a 2-3" group at 100 yards. I already have a .750 gas block, YHM hand guard, upper receiver (+kit), gas tube, muzzle break, roll pins and all other parts so just need the barrel. Thanks fellas, dgp1000
  16. Hi all - I just found this handy little thing in the IDPA Tactical Journal as an ad and thought it might be useful for matches and sport shooters alike. It also looks like they have some cool portable stand products as well. Brass Wizard by Uniquetek.com From their site: Thought someone might find value from it.
  17. Hey guys... So i'm about to start reloading and would like your opinions on which reloading handbook you'd recommend. Do you they all have the most commonly used powders?
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