MEC EZ-Fill Funnel (#1308994)
This is another gizmo from MEC that makes loading so much easier and less frustrating. If you've ever poured shot or powder, then you have spilled costly shot or powder. This is just inevitable. Limit your costly spills and the expletives that emanate from your reloading bench with this simple 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.
MEC Replacement Bottles:
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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|Nice funnel perfect for mec bottles||6/8/2013|
|Fits Mec bottles perfectly. Dont have to hold onto funnel to keep from tipping over and spilling everywhere. Stays nice firm and secure while pouring. Just use a bit of common sense and fill short bottle first, then when done, cap it, add second larger bottle and go from there. I guess some need extra instructions in order to use it.|
|- Kentucky Thunder, KY|
|Works well with equal height bottles.||3/19/2013|
|This was designed to work with both bottles being the same height. If you have a powder baffle or an oversize shot bottle this will not work properly since the funnel intrudes into the overhead space of the adjacent bottle.|
|- Jim Braley, AR|