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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-09-2019, 11:08 AM Thread Starter
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Default New source for #209 carriers

If you are still using carriers (or know anyone who is) and tired of trolling on-line auctions where they are selling for $8 apiece check out the new 3Dot carriers here:

http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53...g&toolid=11111

I was out with a buddy of mine a couple of weeks ago when he sighted in his 50cal. Huntsman using one of these. He really liked them.
He had spent $80 for an old pack of 10 of the originals before he found these and said he was going to try to auction the originals on eBay to get his money back.

If the URL above doesn't work (it worked for me) I guess you can try searching eBay for primer carriers.

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-12-2019, 07:20 PM
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3D printer carriers, looks like a cost effective alternative "IF" you are going to use carriers. But there are much better alternatives.

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my father likes them, with his autheritus he can still handle the primed carrier. i picked up a few back when they were cheap, but its good to know some one is making them.




yeah spell check can't spell it either lol

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I have some u Tell Me like a Dollar each Dont know right now but will before the day is out
Also about 10 year ago one of H&R old people said to me u can use them 10 to 20 times before trowing them away just clean them then and cooking oil on them

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my father likes them, with his autheritus he can still handle the primed carrier. i picked up a few back when they were cheap, but its good to know some one is making them.




yeah spell check can't spell it either lol
Tell spellcheck, It's spelt: arth-rit-is. LOL! Just breaking your chops!

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A statement of fact: H&R Huntsman & Sidekick blued barrels are made of 4140 steel.
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