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I bought this last year after planning for the last couple. What I didn't plan on was not having time to load with a 1 year old and working 60 hour weeks. This sat in the box for 6 months and then I finally STARTED assembling it when I finished my work bench about 3 months ago. Unfortunately, I never even finished setting it up. Pics kinda suck and don't show everything but I can get better pics of anything requested.

RCBS Rockchucker Supreme Master Reloading kit
RCBS carbide dies and shell holders for 9mm
RCBS heavy duty decapper die (.27-45)
Inline Fabrication Ultramount, Case Ejector System, & improved primer catch
Hornady quick change bushing set
Frankford Arsenal platinum wet rotary tumbler w/ stainless media
Ammo boxes, digital scale, magnet, lemishine, etc.
500 Xtreme 147gr 9mm bullets
500 Acme 147gr coated 9mm bullets
Primers (1k small pistol, large pistol, 100 rifle)
600+ 9mm cases (I think 1000 but not 100% positive)
Several pounds of .45 and 223/5.56
1lb W231 powder
Lyman 50th edition reloading manual

I may be forgetting a couple of things but that's the gist of it. Everything you need to start loading. I've got well over $900 invested in everything.

Asking $550
Trades: 9mm ammo, 30-30 ammo, 9mm pistols, 9mm AR parts, 12ga SxS coach gun, lever action rifles, Trijicon RMR, wood working equipment (chop saw, table saw, router, etc.). Basically just no .380/.40 pistols, no .223 rifles/ARs






 
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I'm going to stick my nose in here. If you need the cash then I can understand. I had a twenty year layoff from loading. My press wasn't touched once in that time. I started back up ten years ago. Sometimes you just get busy with life and I am in one of those cycles now myself. If you have a press and components you will never suffer in a ammo shortage. It will be ready when you are. I would reconsider selling. Just my 2 cents.

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I'm going to stick my nose in here. If you need the cash then I can understand. I had a twenty year layoff from loading. My press wasn't touched once in that time. I started back up ten years ago. Sometimes you just get busy with life and I am in one of those cycles now myself. If you have a press and components you will never suffer in a ammo shortage. It will be ready when you are. I would reconsider selling. Just my 2 cents.

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I've considered that. I've actually gone back and forth several times. If it sells then that's good. If it doesn't that's kinda good too. I don't need the money but it never hurts. I wouldn't mind the extra bench space but it doesn't take up a ton either. Basically I figured I'd put it up and either it'd sell or it would motivate me to finish it late at night when the family is in bed. I appreciate the input though. Definitely reinforces the reminder that I don't NEED to sell it.
 
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I Would like to trade 9mm ammo for the Extreme bullets, the primers, the brass, and a container of lemishine.

But we're far apart and shipping costly.
Would you part it out if someone could run the stuff in between?
 

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I Would like to trade 9mm ammo for the Extreme bullets, the primers, the brass, and a container of lemishine.

But we're far apart and shipping costly.
Would you part it out if someone could run the stuff in between?

I'd consider it but would want the press to go before doing so.
 
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