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    708 Reloading set...

    OK so I've got a Lyman press, Redding dyes, Redding scales,RCBS trickled, plus case length trimer, primer seated etc for reloading 708... And I can't be assed reloading any more...so it's for sale.. Not sure what would be a fair price so I'm open to suggestions.. What do you feel like paying? I might let this sit and see what you come up with....Name:  IMG_20170508_150848.jpg
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    im interested but not really sure on what this is worth as ive just started thinking about reloading, can you put a price on what you want for it? cheers

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    Hey man can you pm me a price for the scales

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    Can anyone give me an indicator as to what would be a fair price? All ready to load...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Biggun708 View Post
    Can anyone give me an indicator as to what would be a fair price? All ready to load...
    I reckon try and remember how much you paid for the individual items and then come out with a figure that represents the entire value of it all together including second hand depreciation. A figure somewhere in between $3.50 and $500.

    hope this helped

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheJanitar View Post
    I reckon try and remember how much you paid for the individual items and then come out with a figure that represents the entire value of it all together including second hand depreciation. A figure somewhere in between $3.50 and $500.

    hope this helped

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    Was inherited... Yea thanks janitor... $500 will be fine!
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    Is $250 too much... $300????

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    Heres what I think

    Lyman Spartan press, very old but serviceable, no real compound leverage $75 to $100 Any more and you can buy a new Lee.

    Redding scales, also quite old but perfectly servicable if still accurate $25

    Redding dies, look a bit tarnished from picture $50 to $75



    Redding powder trickler Same as above maybe $20

    Powder funnel $5

    Lee cutters for trimming $10

    Lee primer if operational $25 to 35

    So taking lowest of my suggestions = $210

    Any one else thinks thats too harsh, please chime in
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    Sounds good... $200 come get it...

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    Oh sorry @Biggun708 was just putting a price on it for you. Not in the market myself
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnd View Post
    Oh sorry @Biggun708 was just putting a price on it for you. Not in the market myself
    Figured that my friend, thanks heaps for your input! It is now for sale for $200
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    I think thats a very fair price mate
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    hi there im keen on the trickler and hand primer. would you take $50 for them.
    cheers

 

 

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