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MEC Grabber Progressive Shotshell Press 12 Gauge 2-3/4"

 
MEC-Mayville Engineering
8567N12
098489029063
7-8567N12
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$492.99
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MEC is known for making high quality presses that will last. The 8567N Grabber Progressive Press is perfect for reloaders looking for a high-speed, efficient press that does ten different operations at six different stations. The Auto-Cycle charging and three stage crimp produce a finished shell with every pull of the handle. The "Power Ring" resizer ensures consistent sizing. All the reloader has to do is put a hull on the press and insert a wad. E-Z Primer primer feeder included and additional die sets are not available for this press. Specifications and Features:
Press Type: Progressive Press
Gauge: 12 Gauge
Charge Bar Shot Weight: 1-1/8 ounces
Powder Bushings Included: 29, 30, 32

Shell Length:
Factory Set at 2-3/4"
Adjustable to 3" with kits available from MEC
Frame Material: Steel

Three Crimping Stations (first station starts the crimp, the second station closes the crimp and the third places a taper on the shell)
"Auto-Cycle" Charging
"Power Ring" Resizer (gives consistent, accurately sized shells for optimum gun performance)
Priming Feature: E-Z Prime Primer Feed (fill with primers and the loader does the rest) 

Item#: 6-0813985,7-8567N12,3-0813985
Total number of Reviews: 1

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3.0 5
"I finally gave up on adjusting or repairing my old Grabber and purchased a new one. Right from the factory I had to adjust the primer feed so the primers would drop on time and not jam. The new Grabber has a new four piece Primer Post but it causes jams when trying to rotate the Shell Carrier. The Rim on the shot shell bumps on the edge of the table on the base. I retrieved my old three piece Primer Post from the discarded loader and the jams stopped."
– VA