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I've been using and loving Star Machines since I was a young Bullseye shooter in 1979.  I currently have five Universals and one old Progressive with the brass plate.  Change is constant and after looking at the new Dillon 1100 at SHOT I've decided that my time for change has come.  I believe that all of my Universals were purchased from the new Star Machine Works LLC and have not been loaded on.  I have about ten additional toolheads in 32 S&W, 380, 38 Super, 38 Special, 9MM, 40 S&W, 41 Magnum, 44 Special, 44 Magnum, 45 Colt, and 45 ACP off the top of my head.

The plan is that I'll be emptying drawers and gathering everything together as I recuperate from my recent heart surgeries over the holidays.  I will post my items for sale during the first or second week of January here.  If no responses come from this site, everything will be headed to eBay.

Please do not contact me early as I have forty years of parts and it will take some time for me to put a proper inventory together.  I just wanted to give the members of this forum a heads up of coming attractions.

Best regards.

RM Bob Horton
Tulare, CA

Stars Want to Sell/Want to Buy / WTB: MA SYSTEMS ROTO-EZE
« on: June 10, 2018, 12:11:27 am »
Hi.  Been gone for awhile as I have been under the knife quite a bit dealing with numerous orthopedic issues.

I was never a fan of MA System's case feeder but do like the cartridge ejector and shellplate indexer they made.  If anyone has a indexer (Roto-EZE, EASE??) that they would part with I would be interested in purchasing it.  If you have one that you won't sell, detailed photos and measurements would be appreciated as I would give making a few in my little home machine shop.

I haven't been able to shoot much for a couple of years but still have my seven or eight Universals and my "PAT PENDING" 1931 Progressive with the brass plate.  I hope after my right wrist surgery, which will come after my right rotator cuff surgery, I'll be more active on the range, my reloading bench, and on the forum.

Best regards.

Bob Horton
Tulare, CA

Star Reloaders / Aluminum Base Measurement
« on: September 02, 2012, 03:35:14 pm »

I'm away from home without access to a machine.  We're having a discussion as to whether a Star would fit on one of Pat Marlins Rock Dock mounting systems would work with a Star.

Couls someone help me out with the size of the Star footprint?



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