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My uncle (90 years old) passed and left everything to his only heir, my cousin. Cousin is not a gun guy or reloader. Uncle had 3 - Pacific 366 progressive presses, 12, 20 and 28 gauges. Just wondering what those presses might be worth to help Cousin out with possible sale. Uncle was OCD about his guns and gear and, by the pics I've seen, the presses are in great shape except for being dusty. Yes, they are probably 40+ years old.

Thanks in advance for any input . . .


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I have not kept up with them but they use to bring in the 250-300 dollar range


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With things hard to get used stuff is bringing about 80% of new price. If he has any components powder, primers, hulls, wads, shot, they are very valuable also. I would be interested if he has any of the old winchester AA compression 12 ga hulls.

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Just checked on Trapshooters, and this these came up. These are just FYI

https://www.trapshooters.com/threads/hornady-366-12-ga-reloader.927952/

https://www.trapshooters.com/threads/pacific-366-20-ga-loader.915274/#post-8870996

Checked Ebay as well

https://www.ebay.com/itm/265976031887?hash=item3ded682a8f:g:jQUAAOSwHaFjZ-LU&amdata=enc%3AAQAHAAAAoD1Yh30h9V6Z9gqkmhCJEFJzQLqNWvg7EIUMi0uif0im61NLT7gN9CxFg4dtRRjiTSw9cWRzx20yE71LPm5D3Qg9Z9fw9dQrM18ZxBCxnkNrx9DxmawO23%2BEWzmBaUJcH71GlQHteFtwn1f1ALQlGW8m%2BLR6dZzjOfSgPUnh5xo5kkYJfbadwYCNYwOaK5HQrJ9M710BMKthIm88egtnI1c%3D%7Ctkp%3ABk9SR5Cozp2MYQ

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Thanks for the replies. I took a WAG yesterday and told cousin he might get anywhere from $200 to $500 for each of them. Guess I wasn't terribly far off. He (cousin) isn't looking to get rich from any sale, but he doesn't want to get screwed either.

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