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Old 12-30-2007, 03:02 PM
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redding presses

Will the redding boss press fit the 300RUM and 300 wby mag or does just the redding ultramag press fit those cal.


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Old 12-30-2007, 04:33 PM
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It should handle them,but you might like the Big Boss for those larger cases.
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Old 12-30-2007, 08:17 PM
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The Redding Boss is a small-frame press having approximately a 4" frame opening and 3 1/2" ram stroke.

The Big Boss has a 4 1/2" frame opening and 3 13/16" ram stroke.

The Ultramag has a 4 3/4" frame opening and 4 1/8" ram stroke.

The T-7 Turret press has a 4 3/4" frame opening and 3 13/16" ram stroke.

The Big Boss is designed to handle the large magnum calibers. This is an excellent general-purpose press, and, if you choose it for your own, I believe you will be well pleased with its service. The T-7 Turret has similar capacity with the added convenience of keeping your dies permanently mounted. Similarly, the Hornady L-N-L bushings can be used with the Big Boss and Ultramag.

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