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Redding T-7 Turret Reloading Press Deal oct2021

USA – -( Brownells has a make-you-own-deal on the Redding T-7 Turret Reloading Press that with coupon code “FR4” at check out you can pick one up for $344.99. Brownells Edge Members get FREE Shipping on all their orders. Because of the heavy steel in this product, they are always going up in price. And the continued shortage of ammo is not improving. If you have been considering reloading your own ammo stop putting it off and take the plunge today.

Redding T-7 Turret Reloading Press

The T-7 Turret Press features a seven-station turret head, cast iron construction, and powerful compound linkage. Its rear casting supports a rock-solid turret for precise alignment. The T-7 incorporates a one-inch diameter ram and accepts 7/8 inch to fourteen-inch threaded dies, including the longer Competition dies. Additional interchangeable turret heads may be purchased. This is the only turret press we recommend buying.

The Automatic Primer Feed Assembly sold separately.

Ammo Reloading Deals: Redding T-7 Turret Press $344.99 FREE S&H CODE

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Out of stock, of course. BTW, the Lyman BrassSmith 8 with one extra die position is $90 LESS than the sale price of this one. – out of stock also. Question: what’s the point of a sale on a item not in stock.? maybe they had ONE???? BTW, primer systems on this and the Lyman both suck, so some of your money is wasted on parts that will end up in the trash can. Just my opinion.


Nice press, but neither video mentions a means of collecting spent primers – surely they use a tray of some sort?


“The unit has an opening of 4.75 inches with the ram possessing a 3.80-inch stroke. The 1-inch diameter ram comes with a bendable, transparent tube-shaped primer system which can be emptied if required. Furthermore, the body is composed of cast iron for durability and a heavy-duty feel.”
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