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riddle me this, Lee hand loaders on E-bay going for big $'s

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by BIGGUNS911, Feb 15, 2012.

  1. BIGGUNS911

    BIGGUNS911

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    So I think I just gave someone a great deal on a vintage Lee hand loader in .410 3". I sold it on Ebay for $45.00. I now see similar if not the exact same thing on there selling for $104.00 and the action has not ended. Can someone tell me why these things are going for so much? I tool my three sets into a local gun shop and he would not even look at them. I now see them going for any place for $8+ to $100+. :dunno:

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  2. fredj338

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    Only goes to show you people on e-bay will buy anything & often over pay.
     


  3. dkf

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    Don't think the shotgun Lee loaders are made anymore. Anyway they don't call it "overpay Ebay" for nothing. You can get deals on Ebay but there are a lot of morons who are clueless as far as bidding and price are concerned. The people that just sit there and run up the price for no reason really piss me off. They are clueless.
     
  4. BIGGUNS911

    BIGGUNS911

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    I said screw it and I asked my bidder why the deal is. We will see if he can/will tell me?
     
  5. dkf

    dkf

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    Maybe the "preppers" are going crazy and buying this stuff.:dunno:
     
  6. BIGGUNS911

    BIGGUNS911

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    They got back to me and told me the .410 loaders are hard to find. I still do not understand their value but who knows I might have just sold something that is worth more than I know. I bet when I am 60 years old I will look them up and they will be going for 1000's that is my luck, lol. :faint: