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    . Thanks, I have Been Talking with Cougar. His machine was a great find. and with The conversion.. Makes it all The better.
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    Anyone recognize one of these? Or better yet, do you have one?

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    A Vega Tools, product-improved version of the Belding & Mull powder measure. I picked it up from them around 1998. No longer made, it is my "goto" measure.

    And a real B&M:
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    And three Hollywood powder measures.

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    Caveat Emptor: Do not trust Cavery Grips from Clayton, NC. He will rip you off.

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    A Hollywood Senior on the left, and a pair of Dunbars on the right.

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    Caveat Emptor: Do not trust Cavery Grips from Clayton, NC. He will rip you off.

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    And one of the rarest of the rare, a Hollywood Super Turret. Only 100-made, and yes, they are serial numbered. The cartridges shown for size comparison are a 45-70, 50-70, and .308.

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    Would love to see the pic's but your attachments won't open.

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    Here is a Lyman All-American Turret Press. They were made from the mid 1950's until around 1980. This was an extremely strong and durable press. I bought mine used in the early 1970's for around $60 and it still functions as new. Only a little cleaning now and then along with periodic oiling of the posts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StratsMan View Post
    I posted this in another thread, but I think this is a better spot...

    Picked up a Texan Reloader... I have no idea if there's a model number for this... Anyone know anything about this?? In spite of some surface rust, it's tight and smooth... Haven't used it yet, but expect it will be an excellent press...

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    Very nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by StratsMan View Post
    I posted this in another thread, but I think this is a better spot...

    Picked up a Texan Reloader... I have no idea if there's a model number for this... Anyone know anything about this?? In spite of some surface rust, it's tight and smooth... Haven't used it yet, but expect it will be an excellent press...

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    I have one just like it except in red. It has become my favorite press. It's definitely a solid built press and a pleasure to use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StratsMan View Post
    I posted this in another thread, but I think this is a better spot...

    Picked up a Texan Reloader... I have no idea if there's a model number for this... Anyone know anything about this?? In spite of some surface rust, it's tight and smooth... Haven't used it yet, but expect it will be an excellent press...

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    I have one identical to yours, but my top acorn nut with set screw and my two primer sticks with the small primer and large primer setters.

    I am looking for information to make them to rebuild my Reloader. I hope you can advise me of the sizes of the acorn nut with set screw.

    I hope you could provide me of information to be able to machine the primer sticks or purchase them. If you can provide me with a very clear copy of the manual including parts list it would be helpful.

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    I have one identical to yours, but my top acorn nut with set screw and my two primer sticks with the small primer and large primer setters.

    I am looking for information to make them to rebuild my Reloader. I hope you can advise me of the sizes of the acorn nut with set screw.

    I hope you could provide me of information to be able to machine the primer sticks or purchase them. If you can provide me with a very clear copy of the manual including parts list it would be helpful.

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    I must take my unit apart due to the fact the arms are on upside down preventing the reloader to go down to the reloader primer sticks. The current position has the shell holder way to high. Please note the arms on the side upside down.

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    Some A series presses bought awhile back at a local show (believe it or not, $100.00 for all four), they thru in thru Jr. free as a bonus

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    Some A series presses bought awhile back at a local show (believe it or not, $100.00 for all four), they thru in thru Jr. free as a bonus[/QUOTE]I wished that I could find items like that at a auction. I would love to own any of them.

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    Hope it shows up, not pretty, but old.

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    Here is an Ideal reloader and mould combo in .38-40 for my 1889 Winchester '73. I've used the reloader and it works well, haven't tried the mould yet.

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    Here's some of my old reloading tools, etc. I have an attraction for old Ballard and Remington loading tools. Also old Ideal, especially from the era when Marlin owned Ideal in the early 1900's.

    This is an old Ideal #2 re-decapper:


    Breech seating tool for seating bullets into the bore on a Ballard rifle:


    Cleave breech seating tool for Hepburn:


    Belding & Mull powder measure:


    Some old reloading tools. L to R: Win. 1884 .32-40 tool, Win. 1882 .22 WCF tool, Darr-Pope re-decapper tool, Pope lube pump.



    More later!

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Abbreviations used in Reloading

BP Bronze Point IMR Improved Military Rifle PTD Pointed
BR Bench Rest M Magnum RN Round Nose
BT Boat Tail PL Power-Lokt SP Soft Point
C Compressed Charge PR Primer SPCL Soft Point "Core-Lokt"
HP Hollow Point PSPCL Pointed Soft Point "Core Lokt" C.O.L. Cartridge Overall Length
PSP Pointed Soft Point Spz Spitzer Point SBT Spitzer Boat Tail
LRN Lead Round Nose LWC Lead Wad Cutter LSWC Lead Semi Wad Cutter
GC Gas Check