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    WTB 12ga roll crimping tool

    am loading 2-1/2 inch shells for antique shotguns have been glueing my over shot cards in place but would like to start putting a proper roll crimp on my shells

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VJxgeq7f0x4 what I'm after

    new or vintage is fine

    cheers

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    trade me listing 1231077553
    is this the kind of crimper your after

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    yes no mention on gauge though

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    Go on to ebay and search them. I got one from Russia for bugger all. About $60. If I can find the details I'll forward them to you.

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    That's the plan if I can't get one here cheers

 

 

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