Co-Ax and Bullet Pullers

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I have a Co-Ax but haven't loaded on it yet. I also have an RCBS die style bullet puller with collets. I am attaching a photo. Can this puller be used with the Co-Ax? I am wondering if the press arm will get in the way or if here is a way to modify it.
I don't have the press but have been researching it and want one also! I think it may work if you change the lock ring!
Have a good one!
 
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Ron Moore

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I picked up a Forster bullet puller but I found the use of a wrench to tighten and loosen the collet a little tedious. So I got a Hornady Cam-Loc puller and have been satisfied. You don’t need to, but I put the Forster lock rings on.

I think you guys are going to love your coax!
 
I picked up a Forster bullet puller but I found the use of a wrench to tighten and loosen the collet a little tedious. So I got a Hornady Cam-Loc puller and have been satisfied. You don’t need to, but I put the Forster lock rings on.

I think you guys are going to love your coax!
I’m going to try my rcbs when I get things set up. I plan on using Forster rings too. Seems to make sense.
 
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Ron Moore

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I’m going to try my rcbs when I get things set up. I plan on using Forster rings too. Seems to make sense.
I agree. Now that I reread your question, I think you could insert your puller in your unmounted press and check it for clearance. It makes sense that RCBS would design enough clearance but you never know, I quess.
 
I love the Co-Ax press. But, I think you will not be able to use the bullet puller unless you can modify the die handle so it does not hit the press handle. I have not tried it, but there is little room between the two sides of the handle. Please let us know if I am wrong. Good luck.
 
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