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#5633060 - 03/03/15 08:34 PM Redding T7 press
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Any thought on the redding t7 turret press? Good or bad. Thanks

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#5633626 - 03/04/15 08:53 AM Re: Redding T7 press [Re: bdotson]
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Never heard anything bad about it but don't own one. redding makes good stuff.

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#5633661 - 03/04/15 09:15 AM Re: Redding T7 press [Re: bdotson]
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For single stage precision reloading, it is all that I use. The T7 is a great press.
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#5634472 - 03/04/15 05:43 PM Re: Redding T7 press [Re: bdotson]
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Registered: 12/09/14
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Loc: DFW, TX
I was also looking at that press but ended up ordering the RCBS rock chucker kit. I found it online on gun broker. It was $300 shipped, no tax and it comes with a $50 mail in rebate. By far the best deal, you could get it for $280-$290 range on other websites but you cant use the $50 rebate unless its $300 or more.

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#5635447 - 03/05/15 09:00 AM Re: Redding T7 press [Re: bdotson]
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I own a T7 and think it's terrific. You'll never regret buying it.
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#5636095 - 03/05/15 01:02 PM Re: Redding T7 press [Re: bdotson]
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The only thing I don't like about mine is, it's kind of a pain when you change heads.The spring and the ball bearing must be lined up with the indent on the head exactly or it will fall to the floor( the ball bearing). Other than that it's great.

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#5636409 - 03/05/15 03:50 PM Re: Redding T7 press [Re: bdotson]
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Not a T7 but
You might want to look at the RCBS turret with 2 head in the classified. up
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#5636431 - 03/05/15 04:05 PM Re: Redding T7 press [Re: jeh7mmmag]
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Originally Posted By: jeh7mmmag
Not a T7 but
You might want to look at the RCBS turret with 2 head in the classified. up

Sssshhh not so loud. I'm looking also. grin

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#5636929 - 03/05/15 08:30 PM Re: Redding T7 press [Re: bdotson]
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Both are good quality presses. I have not used the priming setup on the Redding, the RCBS priming system actually works pretty well.
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#5639178 - 03/07/15 07:42 AM Re: Redding T7 press [Re: ChadTRG42]
bobsumner Offline
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Registered: 09/03/13
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Originally Posted By: ChadTRG42
For single stage precision reloading, it is all that I use. The T7 is a great press.



This is what I will be buying for my new rifle. I love my 650, but the T7 looks perfect for precision

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