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Old 09-26-2010, 04:13 AM   #1
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Anybody here looking to get rid of a good tumbler? I'm slowly getting the rest of the things I need for re-loading my .40 and .223.

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Old 09-26-2010, 04:46 PM   #2
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Doc, check MiddwayUSA.com or Natchez. You can pick up a new tumbler pretty cheap. I'm using a Frankford Arsenal, not too expensive and works real good.

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I got mine at Cabela's, their brand, I think it was $59.

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The old 1292 midwayusa tumbler was great till some douche left it on for 5 days and caught his house on fire. They have stopped making it now.

Also don't forget ebay as well.

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Thanks guys. I have a sh!t load of cases back piled in the basement, nbeed the tumbler, scale and a few other items.

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Doc, check MiddwayUSA.com or Natchez. You can pick up a new tumbler pretty cheap. I'm using a Frankford Arsenal, not too expensive and works real good.
+1 on the Frankford
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