This topic contains 3 replies, has 2 voices, and was last updated by  Jniedbalski 2 months, 3 weeks ago.

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     Rattlesnake Charlie 
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    Based on who I inherited it from, early to mid 1960’s vintage. Some surface rust. I have cleaned up all critical parts and it functions easily. Includes original box and several adapters. $40 OBO plus shipping. Nothing wrong with this powder measure. I just like my two RCBS powder measures better.

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    Jneibalski just sent me the following. Still some gremlins (or the Grinch).

    @rattlesnake-charlie nice powder measure. For some reason the site won’t let me post just on this one page all others are ok

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    It will let me post now. It looks heavy the way they used to make good quality styuff. Is it adjustable or use bushings just wondering

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    It will let me post now. It looks heavy the way they used to make good quality styuff. Is it adjustable or use bushings just wondering. That is a very good price. I use my lee perfect powder measure. Some people don’t like the lee powder measure but it works good for me. It’s light weight and looks cheap but it’s been working for 27 years.

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