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Thread: Hollywoods Are Hot!

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    I'm jealous of you guys with multiple All Americans. I only have one! But I know what you mean about passing up some cool equipment that I don't really have a need for. Just yesterday I passed up a pretty good deal on a CH 444 press. Mainly because I am out of room on the bench (and under it).

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    Big wagon, build a bigger bench!

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    Not having too many, creeps into the range of .... Hoarders
    Or is the word ... Collector
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    I have two Hollywood Senior presses with everything you see. It's set up for shotgun and includes 12ga, 20ga and .410ga. It has one powder hopper with 2 caps. I'm interested in selling both together if I can. What would be a reasonable price to set on them?

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    Please do not make an offer to buy in this thread!!!
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    For each press, a minimum of $500.00 each. Another 500 for the shotgun dies. The dies are collector curious today, but the presses are sought after and they do include the tie bar. Placed on eBay they could sell well above 500.00.
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    Thanks Pressman. Itís off to EBay I go then.


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    My press looks similar to the one pictured, except half are smaller holes for newer dies. The guy just gave it to me! Said it was to big and heavy!
    I know, no pictures it ain't so.....tomorrow!

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    Okay don't know what the heck happened but, here is the press. Is it a Hollywood? No marking that I can find. I enjoy using it.
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    That is the Hollywood Senior Turret. It's a great press that could be bought with about any combination of hole sizes the buyer wished. Hollywood, Herter's and Lachmiller all used the same large hole so any of their brand adapters will fit to use 7/8-14 dies, or even Ideal 5/8" dies in the case of Herter's.
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    Thank you sir!

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