Newest Version of the Forster Co-Ax

Darryle

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What makes it so expensive? What has been improved/refined/upgraded over previous versions.

I am in the market for a new press to reload for 6 different rifles and 3 different calibers.

Is there a better option for me?

Thanks for your time and any advice you can give me.

Darryle
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Mark M.

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I see Brownells has them for about 350. But out of stock, my local gun shop as about 5 on the shelf for 450. Not aware of any improvements
 

DocDoc

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One big reason is the Fed policy of inflation, the dollar is less valuable. Just look at the price of components you bought in the past.
 

Deputy819

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I’m not knocking Forster products/presses at all, but I sure wouldn’t pay that........especially now. I’ve had nothing but great results from my Redding Boss and RCBS Rockchucker Supreme presses. Maybe give the Redding T7 press a look? 🤔
 

DangerRanger

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They’ve been listed higher on foresters site than any dealers for years, it’s not new.

buy from creedmoor or midway or whoever whenever they come in stock for 350
 

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