Hydraulic case forming

can1010

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whidden gunwerks makes hydro dies. they have video for use on the web page.
I have them for my wildcats. saves a lot of time and money
 

Rich Coyle

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Aug 14, 2013
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Grants Pass, Oregon
My hydro-form is a die from Hornady with a small diameter plunger protruding out the top. I smack it three or four times with a two pound dead blow hammer and viola it is formed so close to the chamber I can hardly tell if one is fireformed or hydro-formed.
 

rebelcountry27

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Jan 13, 2016
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I live in statesville nc
I have watched the video, and definitely can understand the idea and like it. But it does not match in any way what I thought this was and what I was told. Think my best bet is to pull the parts off the press and turn it back into a standard reloading press
 

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