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Looking for Herters press parts

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by transformerguru, May 1, 2008.

  1. transformerguru

    transformerguru Well-Known Member

    I just was givin a Herters reloading press, and it is missing the primer pocket holder. I was wondering if anyone knows where I could buy one. Thanks in advance:)
  2. REB

    REB Well-Known Member

    I occasionally see herters parts on ebay. They have been out of business a long time and parts are hard to find.
  3. rcmodel

    rcmodel Member in memoriam

  4. 44and45

    44and45 Member In Memoriam

    There's fellow named Ed Sager, lives at 4305 NW 51st Street, Parkville, MO 64151.

    Few years back I bought a Herter's Big-O-Maximum press from him. He has quite a lot of Herter's equipment.

    Get on the phone and ask information for his phone number.

  5. transformerguru

    transformerguru Well-Known Member

    The Vega tool site has it. Its the primer post arm assembly. :eek:WOW, wasn't expecting it to be that much. I might have to try to cut one outta some scrap metal, and drill it out.:scrutiny:
  6. 44and45

    44and45 Member In Memoriam

    I've got some Herter's primer post arms, think I have both large and small primer...plus some other brands...complete assembly $20.00 each, better than paying $38.00 at Vega tool Co. plus $3,00 postage.

    My price free postage.

    I need Herter shell holders, any size...willing to trade.

  7. transformerguru

    transformerguru Well-Known Member

    let me get back to you 44and45. I need to go through the dies I am getting and see what shell holders I'm gonna have and then need. I'll PM you.

    Also, could you PM or post a picture of the arms you have so I can see 'em. Thanks.
  8. CBS220

    CBS220 Well-Known Member

    It may be cheaper to buy new equipment (unless you already have some newer stuff and just happened to get ahold of the herters).
  9. 44and45

    44and45 Member In Memoriam

    transformerguru, PM sent showing picture of primer arm assembly's.


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