Redding T-7

walterbunning

Administrator
That is fantastic @walterbunning . I'm really interested to hear what calibers your using it for. And how they are coming out compared to the other Single Stage's you were working from.
All my load development, rifle rounds, and anything 100 rounds or less happens on the T7. I load 9mm, 4 variants of .38, 40 S&W, 3 variants of .44, .45ACP, 3 variants of .45 Colt, .223 and .30-30. Waiting on the arrival of a long overdue .38-55 and that will see T7 time also. The only thing I use the progressive for is large runs of 9mm and .38 special, and case prep (size/prime/expand) for large quantities of other calibers from time to time.
 
All my load development, rifle rounds, and anything 100 rounds or less happens on the T7. I load 9mm, 4 variants of .38, 40 S&W, 3 variants of .44, .45ACP, 3 variants of .45 Colt, .223 and .30-30. Waiting on the arrival of a long overdue .38-55 and that will see T7 time also. The only thing I use the progressive for is large runs of 9mm and .38 special, and case prep (size/prime/expand) for large quantities of other calibers from time to time.
Walter, you really give your presses a workout it would seem...that's awesome!
 

Chuckb

Hand Press
Well here it is ladies and gentlemen. Proud to announce Shooters And Shells Inc. Pictured is the first loads produced by the first student whom happens to be the lucky owner and first customer of the first custom rifle built by Shooters and Shells pictured in the background. On the one and only Redding T-7. Still need to do some work on the bench
And get some cool guy reloading banners. But were getting there.

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Well here it is ladies and gentlemen. Proud to announce Shooters And Shells Inc. Pictured is the first loads produced by the first student whom happens to be the lucky owner and first customer of the first custom rifle built by Shooters and Shells pictured in the background. On the one and only Redding T-7. Still need to do some work on the bench
And get some cool guy reloading banners. But were getting there.

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Love teaching the craft to those who want to learn. I have a Facebook group for Ohio reloaders we I provided an introductory reloading seminar to a couple guys and they are off and running on their own. Feels good to keep the hobby growing.
 

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Chuckb

Hand Press
Love teaching the craft to those who want to learn. I have a Facebook group for Ohio reloaders we I provided an introductory reloading seminar to a couple guys and they are off and running on their own. Feels good to keep the hobby growing.
Nice!!! The shop looks great.. Where did you get those cool guy banners?
 
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