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i've been loading 10 gauge 3.5" shells for some time now, since 1991. i've been using a MEC sizemaster and have not had any problems what so ever with it. it comes with auto primer feed and all.
 

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Does anyone know of a loading block/tray for 10ga shells? I need something to hold the brass for .600 Nitro Express (.805" rim diameter) while reloading?

Also, need a plastic ammo box (holds 10-20 rd) for .50 BMG? I already have one that holds 50 rds of .50 BMG.

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.600 Nitro loading block

Jerry,
Using wood laying around in my garage, I already drew the plans for a 14-rd wood block using two 2x4's glued and screwed side-by-side. The 2x4's will give me 1" depth (for case stability) with it's 1-1/2" thickness.
Know where I can get the ammo boxes?

Kamikaze
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Mabe this for the .50? I'm not sure of overall lenght of the cartridge?

Ammo Box - 20 ga. Shotgun 25 Round
This box fits 3" 20 ga. shotgun shells.
Hinged Top Box
Capacity 25 rounds
Please state color choice when ordering.
Price: $2.00 Stock #: 6BE-SH20
Color: Blue Smoke Clear Orange
Qty:

http://www.bigboyguntoys.com/cgi-bin/ez-catalog/cat_display.cgi?6X375438

AH!

5 Ammunition box- Custom for A-MAX bullets 1 Holds 50 For ball and Hornady bullet length rounds $22.00
6 Loading block-28 holes 1 Wooden- Excellent $5.00
7 Loading block-64 holes 1 Wooden- Excellent $10.00
8 Loading block-plastic- MTM 1 Holds 50-fits a little tight $3.00

http://www.arizonaammunition.com/50_bmg_prices.htm
 
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