Mounting Tour Reloader

Although it is desirable to have your reloader mounted permanently to a bench, it is not a necessity. If you cannot mount your reloader permanently to a bench, we recommend placing your reloader on a piece of 3Ax 12 x 18" plywood. Photo #4 shows the ideal location for your loader on a piece of plywood. Install your reloader by placing it in the proper location, marking through the holes with a pencil, then remove your reloader and drill a ®/32 hole at these locations. Put the reloader back in position and fasten securely with the 'Ax 20x2" counter sunk stove bolts with wing nuts. Place the bolts in from the bottom up and draw them up tight enough so the heads are slightly depressed so that they will not scratch the bench or table.

By this time you should have made your choice of components. Photo #5 shows how these components should be placed for the most efficient operation of your 600 Jr.

As you face the loader you will see the measure Photo # 2 . On this measure you will see a large S (shot) on the left and a P (powder) on the right. Remove charge bar by removing screw #A in photo #5 . Move charge bar to the right and remove the disk covering the powder bushing hole. Now place the proper bushing into the charge bar, move the bar to the left and replace screw #A. After making sure that the neoprene grommets Part #304G are in place in the measure Photo #6 you may turn a plastic container into each of the threaded cups. Now move the charging bar to the extreme right and after removing the cap plug in each bottle fill with the proper powder and shot (S for shot, P for powder). Replace the cap plugs and you are ready to load. You will note that the measure will tilt to the rear for easy removal of your shot and powder Photo #8. Note the #10/24 screw on which the measure pivots should be kept tight enough so that some resistance is felt when tilting the measure. Overtightening will crush the bracket.

Common sense precautions are advised. Careless handling of flammables and explosives can result in serious injury. We endorse checking charges with a reliable scale which will disclose variations in powder weights. Adhering to loads recommended by the powder manufacturer is a must and the use of safety glasses is strongly encouraged. We disclaim any liability for damage or injury resulting from reloading shot shells.

We disclaim any liability resulting from the use of any parts or accessories not manufactured or recommended by MEC.

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