- Reloading Kits & Presses
- 2nd Hand
- At Night
- Case Preparation
- Shell Holders
- Air rifles
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- Mounts for Optics
- Priced To Go
- Bullet Casting
- Ammo Boxes
220 Swift, 300 Sav., 338 RCM, 225 / 243 / 307 / 308 Win., 338 Fed., 25 / 32 / 6mm Rem., 28-30 Sevens, 30 Rem. AR, 360 Nitro Express 2 1/4”, 5.6 x 52 Rimmed, 6.5 Creedmoor, 6.5x50 Jap Arisaka, 6mm-284 Win., 7.35 Carcano, 7.5 x 54 French MAS, 7.65 x 53 Mauser, 7mmTCU, 7mm-08 Rem.. Max. OAL= 3.04"
Sudami Headspace Gauge to fit Hornady Comparator Base or the Sudami Comparator Base The Headspace gauge measures from the case-head to the datum line on the case shoulder to allow proper brass resizing for a precise fit with the rifle chamber
Lyman Crusher II Reloading Press
The Lyman Crusher 2 is built with duribility in mind. The heavy-duty cast iron frame is built to last a lifetime. This press features generous 4-1/2" opening, compound linkage, comfortable ball handle and a huge 1" diameter ram to make sizing even ultramagnum cases effortless.
Press Type: Single Stage
Frame Material: Cast Iron
Frame Design: O-Frame
Frame Opening Size: 4-1/2"
Handle Location: Bottom Right or Left Hand
Die Size Accepted: 7/8"-14 Threaded Dies
Die Bushing Accepted: No
Die Bushing Brand Used: N/A
Spent Primer Collection System: Primer Catcher
Ram Stroke: 4"
Ram Diameter: 1"
Priming Feature: Priming arm with large and small primer cups
Number of Mounting Holes: 3
Mounting Hardware Included: No
Additional Features: Durable silver hammertone powder coat finish
Warranty: 1 Year Manufacturers Warranty
.303 Caliber/7.7mm (.311) 150 gr. SPT
Technical Information Caliber: 22 Bullet Diameter: .224" Bullet Weight: 62 Grains Bullet Length: 0.770" Bullet Style: Hollow Point Flat Base
Technical Information Caliber: 22 Bullet Diameter: 0.224 Bullet Weight: 55 Grains Bullet Length: 0.810" Bullet Style: Ballistic Spitzer Point / Orange Tip
.303 Caliber/7.7mm (.311) 125 gr. SPT These bullets utilize the nominal 30 caliber dimensions common to the martial arms of several foreign entities. Most of these have found their way to the United States as either war trophies or were imported as military surplus in recent years.