I got my Inline Quick Mount installed today. I had to use #14 3" Wood Screws instead of Inline's supplied #14 bolts.
My reloading bench has no over hang with a 3/4" plywood top over 2x4s rails attached to 2x6s. Since I wrapped the 2x6s with 1x6s I had to drill my front mounting screw holes on the joint of the 2x6 & 1x6 for an over hang of the quick mount. 90% of the wood screw is the 2x6. I was afraid of a separation between the 2x6 & 1x6 over time so I installed eight (8) 2" screws into the face of the 1x6 off of center of the Inline Mounting position. That should stop and separation between the 2x6 & 1x6. I used Inline's supplied nylon nuts and washers to fasten the #12 plate to the Quick Mount.
The rear #14 Wood screws are installed into a 2x6 turned side ways, attached to the 2x4 rails at each end with a 2x4 attached perpendicularly to the 2x6 and also attached to the 2x4 rails. This Inline Mount is Rock Solid.
I need to finish up the installation of the 750.
My next step after the 750 is complete is to start cleaning my dies from being in storage. I also have some Mighty Armory Dies that need to be cleaned and broken in.
What I don't like about this installation is that I am going to have to sit down on a chair while I operate the 750. The stroke of the Arm goes to low for me when I stand up. I do have plans to replace the straight arm with an Inline Roller Handle. I will also put one on my T7 and maybe my MEC Marksman.
Yesterday I ordered a Dillon Case Feeder from Scheels with SP, LP, and SR Feeder Plates.