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#5510777 - 12/31/14 01:35 PM T-7
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Anyone use a Redding T-7 press?

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#5510815 - 12/31/14 01:51 PM Re: T-7 [Re: Cool Mo D]
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Yes, it's what I use for all my precision loads. It's a great press and solid. I love the turret feature having multiple die stations. I often have 2 dies installed when loading ammo, and switch back and forth between them with a simple turn of the turret.
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#5511095 - 12/31/14 04:11 PM Re: T-7 [Re: Cool Mo D]
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I also have and love one. I use a Lee Classic Cast for really crunching big stuff, and the T7 for almost everything else.
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#5512478 - 01/01/15 08:23 AM Re: T-7 [Re: ChadTRG42]
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Originally Posted By: ChadTRG42
Yes, it's what I use for all my precision loads. It's a great press and solid. I love the turret feature having multiple die stations. I often have 2 dies installed when loading ammo, and switch back and forth between them with a simple turn of the turret.


+1. Been using one for years. Great press.
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#5520305 - 01/04/15 08:31 PM Re: T-7 [Re: Cool Mo D]
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Got 1. Only thing is the ball bearing with the indent. That little sucker pops out every time I change turrents. It WILL get lost in my garage.

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