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what press and why?? redding 700 or forster co-ax??

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Old 05-13-2013, 03:05 PM
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Re: what press and why?? redding 700 or forster co-ax??

Originally Posted by Slaysesh View Post
I agree 100 percent what's the chance I will but sure would be nice to be set up if I ever did get something that big! I plan on having big stuff in the future.. I am only 18 I have my whole life to collect don't plan on changing reloading hear if I don't have you I got to remember I'm only 18 and have a life of guns ahead of me!
being as your on the left coast, I doubt you ever will. The cost alone is fairly prohibitive. Steve buys powder in the 8Lb. kegs, and when he does, he buys several. A 225 grain load goes thru a lot of powder in a hurry. Bullets are expensive. Even the primers are hard to come by, and are expensive.
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Old 05-13-2013, 06:54 PM
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Re: what press and why?? redding 700 or forster co-ax??

I agree expensive!!! but you only live once and might as well get something if you want it. I think for now I will get the forester because it can do a lot and if I need to buy another in the future I can. I would like to upgrade from my lyman crusher 2

Still would like to hear about peoples experiences with the redding ultra mag!!!!
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