Welcome Redding Reloading

Hello Redding,

Currently I use your Model 2400 precision case trimmer because 1) it has an easy adjusting precision micrometer 2) it uses a universal collet case holder and 3) it has a rugged, last a lifetime cast iron frame.

I never thought I'd buy anything other than Lee presses, but after watching many reviews and demonstrations of your presses (especially on the 76Highboy Youtube channel), I have to say there will no doubt be an Ultramag or T-7 in my near future.

Thank You very much for joining this forum. It's nice to have your support so close at hand.
 

Redding-Reloading

Staff member
Hello Redding,

Currently I use your Model 2400 precision case trimmer because 1) it has an easy adjusting precision micrometer 2) it uses a universal collet case holder and 3) it has a rugged, last a lifetime cast iron frame.

I never thought I'd buy anything other than Lee presses, but after watching many reviews and demonstrations of your presses (especially on the 76Highboy Youtube channel), I have to say there will no doubt be an Ultramag or T-7 in my near future.

Thank You very much for joining this forum. It's nice to have your support so close at hand.
So glad you like the 2400. I did buy the accessory power adapter to use a power screwdriver with it when processing a bunch of cases. The micrometer make everything so much easier.
 
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Ron Moore

Guest
Welcome, Robin! Great to see you here! Gotta say, though, that Claymore in your Gnome’s hands always gives me pause!😁
 

walterbunning

Administrator
Hiya, Redding. I’ve been enjoying my competition die sets for .357, .44 and .45. Colt for some time. Those are some great dies! I hope to own a T-7 press one day. Thank you for choosing to become a part of our forum :D(y)
 

Redding-Reloading

Staff member
Need to do some more 308's this weekend a Savage Model 12 BVSS found its way to me yesterday. Love the 223. not a bigger brother in 308
Came with a beautiful older Leupold Varix III 4.5-14. super glass
 
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