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#6037355 - 11/18/15 01:45 PM Best turret press?
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Any reviews or opinions?

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#6037387 - 11/18/15 02:05 PM Re: Best turret press? [Re: 68A]
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Redding T 7 is what I use for all my single stage work.
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#6037439 - 11/18/15 02:35 PM Re: Best turret press? [Re: 68A]
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This'll be my first setup, don't want to over complicate with a progressive but something I can load a little faster with once I've learned the ropes.

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#6037488 - 11/18/15 03:22 PM Re: Best turret press? [Re: 68A]
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Same here, T7
Love it
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#6037501 - 11/18/15 03:27 PM Re: Best turret press? [Re: 68A]
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Another T7 fan here.
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#6037535 - 11/18/15 03:57 PM Re: Best turret press? [Re: 68A]
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The T7 is a good one, the Lyman T-Mag is another good one. Not sure which is better.
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#6037542 - 11/18/15 04:04 PM Re: Best turret press? [Re: 68A]
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I would look at the forester co ax or hornady if you wanted a quick change single stage

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#6037562 - 11/18/15 04:16 PM Re: Best turret press? [Re: 68A]
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I use a rock chucker with the hornady qui k change bushing system. Not as good as a turret but it does what I need.

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#6037701 - 11/18/15 05:51 PM Re: Best turret press? [Re: 68A]
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I have a T7 a Forster and a Rockchucker.
I like them all but I must say I have grown very fond of the T7 turret which is my most recent purchase and would get my recommendation

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#6037856 - 11/18/15 06:54 PM Re: Best turret press? [Re: 68A]
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Skip the turret press and get a Forster Co-Ax press. I went from an RCBS turret to a Co-Ax and life is way better!

The turret only holds six dies. So, for me not crimping, that means it holds dies for three rifles. Trouble is I load for .223, .22-250, .243, 6.5 Creedmoor, 7mm-08, .308, 7 Rem Mag, and .300 Win Mag. That totals to 16 dies. I can go from sizing .22-250 to seating 7 Rem Mag, to decapping .243 by just slipping one die out and putting the next one in in three seconds. Universal shell holder means I don't have to switch that out either. It has been a game changer for me.
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#6037969 - 11/18/15 07:57 PM Re: Best turret press? [Re: 68A]
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I like the T-7 also. One thing I don't like is when you change heads, the little ball bearing on the spring for the indent, will get away pretty quick for me.

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#6038234 - 11/18/15 10:40 PM Re: Best turret press? [Re: 68A]
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I have an older Rockchucker and a Lee Classic Turret. I love the Lee for pistol and 556 and lately I have been loading a lot of .243, 308 and 3006 on it. I pull the index rod and use it like a single stage when loading rifle ammo. I love the fact that I have a turret ready for nearly everything I load. In a matter of seconds I can switch calibers . The Rockchucker has been retired to primer pocket swaging. Give the Lee Classic Turret a look.


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#6038271 - 11/19/15 12:21 AM Re: Best turret press? [Re: 68A]
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T7 and i might have one for sale if my trade for a dillon come thru!
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#6038458 - 11/19/15 08:03 AM Re: Best turret press? [Re: 68A]
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I had a Lee press as well. I made a lot of ammo with it that would shoot one hole groups.
Don't NEED to spend more to make good ammo.
I started with this setup:

http://leeprecision.com/50th-anniversary-breech-lock-challenger-kit.html
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#6038635 - 11/19/15 09:27 AM Re: Best turret press? [Re: 68A]
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Thanks ccoker, I'm beginning to question if I currently shoot enough to concern myself with a turret press, although I'd like to load quantities in 223. But I know I'll probably shoot quite a bit more once I start reloading. I like the idea of a kit because it seems it gives me everything I'll need to get started. It's a little overwhelming trying to piece together and read all the reviews.

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