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Old 09-08-2012, 07:34 AM   #1
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This looks like either a gun cleaner or reloader it has a Browning belt and there is a handle that moves the piece in and out and the other handle turns the wheel, this is not a circumcision machine does anybody have an idea of the year and function



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Old 09-08-2012, 10:41 AM   #2
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Welcome to FTF. It's hard to see. Better (closer) pics would help. It looks like it might be an old case trimmer or something.



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Looks like a device to make bullets seated in a case, concentric

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Or could be a chamfering device. It looks like it holds a case or bullet, rotates it precisely and presses something down on to it

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it would also help to know the size or have a coin in the pic so we get an idea of the size. What is the wheel made out of?

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Neco runout gauge??

http://www.neconos.com/details.htm

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I'm guessing it should mount on a vertical surface and would be used to crimp paper shotgun hulls.

But the oil cap suggests it would mount horizontally.

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It is a shotgun shell roll-crimper...............

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Yup, that's what it is. I was trying to remember where I saw that lever "shell pressing" assembly. You usually see it in the slammer old roll crimpers

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Thanks Tom that helped me out and to everyone, it has a browning belt not sure if that picture you posted up, gives more details of the manufacturer, just didn't know if it was made by browning. In any case I have no use for a shotgun shell roll crimper, if you know anyone interested, it is for sale, I'm at stiv76@email.com


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