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Sorry -- that is a new one for me??
 

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yea i can do that much on my rock chucker lol they look like they are built pretty hard core though
 

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Looks like an old style turret press. I think some of the older presses were mounted with everything on op of the table.
 

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Yawn.......


If you are in the market for a new press and need volume for pistol...especially like that needed for competition shooting...buy Blue and be done with it...Yes I have Lee stuff...the reason I don't have Blue is lack of a proper reloading area and crummy environmentals...(blazing hot in summer...cold in winter)...One day I hope to correct this situation

For my next rifle press I'm thinking hard about an arbor press from Sinclair International

http://www.sinclairintl.com/product/8022/s

and some LE Wison dies...good stuff.

http://www.lewilson.com/home.html

great neck sizing dies and bullet seaters....benchrest quality

The presses are small...can be put in a range box for load development at the range and LE Wilson dies are primo quality

Rbelote...you need to set that 1050 up and use it bro...or sell it to me...I'd buy a portable building to put that mutha in....
 

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Rbelote...you need to set that 1050 up and use it bro...or sell it to me...I'd buy a portable building to put that mutha in....
Noooo he needs to sell it to me an i can just load you some bullets on it
 

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They DO make a motor for a Dillon 1050. Meaning you can just flip the switch, walk away, and come back whenever the primer buzzer goes off. :D
 
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