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Have a friend with a few of these fr sale. He's more of a MEC guy, so he's selling these off. He's checking on the model number.

I'm looking to reload 12GA for trap, so nothing fancy. 7/8 or 1oz, 2 3/4".

Are there any PW models I should steer clear of?
 
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P&W are the Cadillacs of shotshell loaders. The model 375 is a single stage loader and works very well. The model 800 is a progressive machine and I wouldnt recommend it unless you are going to load a lot of shells
 
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P&W are the Cadillacs of shotshell loaders. The model 375 is a single stage loader and works very well. The model 800 is a progressive machine and I wouldnt recommend it unless you are going to load a lot of shells


I have used several of the PW 800.

Absolutely fantastic machines.

The ARE heads and shoulders above anything else.


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IMO, the only thing to watch out for is if the machine you are looking at is still in production.

I’ve got a 375 and a 1000 with the hydraulic set up.

I use the progressive infrequently because I do the target loads on it in several thousand round batches. If you get the stack height right, it will load any brand of Hull with minimal changes.
 
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