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Inventor:
Allen; Johnnie D.
Address:
Hitchcock, TX
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4328735 Progressive shotshell reloading May 11, 1982
This invention relates to some unique mechanical devices, which, when attached in natural sequence to a shotshell reloading press, allows faster, smoother and more compatable performance of said press.Specific devices which are included are, (1) a device designed for more positive recipr
4065997 Shot shell reloading January 3, 1978
A shot shell progressive reloading press particularly including a single step crimping device comprising interiorly protruding equally spaced deflectors of mid-upper diameter of die body and downward protruding cooperating deflectors of abutting surface of elongated finalizing compre










 
 
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