T-7 Turret Press Redding
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T-7 Turret Press Redding.
The T-7 Turret Press features a seven station turret head, cast iron construction, and powerful compound linkage. Its rear casting supports a rock solid turret for precise alignment. The T-7 incorporates a one inch diameter ram and accepts 7/8 inch to fourteen inch threaded dies, including the longer Competition dies. Additional interchangeable turret heads may be purchased. This is the only turret press we recommend buying. The Automatic Primer Feed Assembly sold separately.
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Lock-N-Load Case Feeder & Accessories Hornady.
- Highest torque motor in the industry
- Extra large case bowl
- Reload hundreds of rounds per hour
- Changeovers are quick and simple
- Case feeder easily disengages
- Features include a fail-safe slide mechanism, six included V-blocks, and four plates sold separately.
The Lock-N-Load® Rifle Bullet Feeder is designed for the Lock-N-Load® AP™ reloading press. Sold as a complete unit for 22 caliber bullets, a conversion kit for 30 caliber bullets is also available, giving the reloader the versatility to load the two most popular calibers. Plus, it’s compatible with other presses and uses the industry standard 7⁄8"–14 die threads.
The 22 caliber kit accommodates cartridge sizes from .221 Fireball through 22-6mm. The 30 caliber conversion kit will accommodate cartridge sizes from 300 Savage through 300 Rem Ultra Mag.
Coupled with the Lock-N-Load® Case Feeder, you’ll realize dramatic increases in efficiency and reloading speed — up to 50% faster (based on experience and proficiency).
Note: The new Rifle Bullet Feeder System must be purchased separately from the Hornady® Pistol Bullet Feeder because the hopper systems and die bodies are not compatible. Cast lead bullets cannot be used in either Hornady® Bullet Feeder.
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