MEC E-Z Prime for Single Stage #285CA
(*select gauge: 10ga, 12ga, 16ga, 20ga, or 28ga)
Forget fumbling with primers, this is an easy way to "hot rod" your MEC single-stage reloader. This accessory speeds up handloading and allows you to pay attention to other, more critical loading steps.
The E-Z Prime Automatic Primer Feed eliminates handling individual primers and automatically feeds them for use.
Fits: MEC Single Stage any 600JR, 600JR Mark 5, Sizemaster, or Steelmaster loader.
Application: Converts presses to automatic priming.
On earlier models of the 600 Jr. and 700 VersaMEC (Mid-70s and before) the hole in the turret for the reprime punch bolt was 1/4" diameter. After this the hole was enlarged to 1/2" diameter and a bushing was added to accommodate the addition of a primer feed later. If you have one of the older models, you will have to drill out the existing 1/4" hole to 1/2".
The EZ-Fill Funnel fits directly over all MEC (large or small) shot and powder bottles for easy non-spill fills. It couldn't be any easier and it will pay for itself in no time.
The Universal Charge Bar is an alternative product that may save you money and storage space. Some people prefer using their bushings with original MEC Charge Bars, while others like the universal adjustability of the Universal Charge Bar.
HOT-RODDING YOUR MEC RELOADER:
You can improve MEC performance with just a couple convenient accessories:
Better Crimps: When loading new/primed hulls, your crimps may not stay closed if you are using a standard plastic crimp starter. The Super Crown Crimp Starter is designed to put a lasting crimp memory into new plastic, essential for tight and functional crimps on new hulls. The Super Crown also provides better crimps on once-fired hulls too.
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|Product ReviewsClick here to review this item|
|SET UP IN 20 MINUTES AND WORKS EXCELLENT|
|A very good add on!||5/12/2016|
|easy to set up. Have it on 12ga.& 20ga.|
|- Jerry Wolf, IA|