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For the precision reloader looking to craft the most precise round possible.
Features six variable speed, rotating stations that completely prepare trimmed brass for reloading, all in one stop.
No matter your priming method, we have an option for you.
Unparalleled powder-measuring accuracy in a compact package.
For those who love to cast lead bullets. If your first step of reloading is manufacturing bullets, this is a necessity.
Save time, space and eliminate a loading bench top full of holes.
To flare a case mouth to receive a bullet easily.
A piece of metal formed into a projectile. Available in a variety of shapes and weights.
The forming of a bullet using pressure in a die instead of casting molten lead in a mould.
The approximate diameter of a bullet or gun bore.
One or more grooves cut around the circumference of a bullet where the crimped case can grip the bullet.
A completely loaded, ready-to-fire round of ammunition.
A metal cylindrical container which holds the primer, powder and bullet. Also called brass.
To form cases of one caliber into a different caliber.
To bevel the inside of a case mouth. The bevel allows rifle bullets to start into the case mouth without crushing the case.
An instrument used to measure the velocity of a bullet.
The parts that make up a cartridge. The case, primer, powder and bullet.
To bend inward the mouth of a case to grip the bullet. Used only with bullets having a cannelure or crimping groove.
To remove the small metal burrs from inside and outside of a case mouth.
Removal of the spent primer from a fired case.
The slim needle-like rod in the sizer die which pushes out the spent primer.
The part of a die that expands the case mouth to receive the bullet.
The hole through which the primer ignites the powder charge in a case.
Another term for reloading.
Slang term for any detectable delay in cartridge ignition.
The action of setting a powder charge on fire.
The cover or “skin” of a bullet.
The failure of a cartridge to fire after the firing pin strikes the primer.
That portion of a case which grips the bullet. In a bottlenecked case, that portion of the case in front of the shoulder.
A die used to resize only the neck portion of the fired case back to approximately its original dimensions.
The “smoothing out” of the crimped primer pocket found in military cases.
Installing a new primer into a case.
Allows the user to achieve multiple steps of the reloading process simultaneously. RCBS Progressive Presses are fully customizable and allow the user to reload up to 600 rounds per hour.
The steel rod running through the center of a press that holds the shell holder and drives the case into the die.
The tool which performs the major tasks of reloading.
To restore a fired case to approximately its original size.
A military term for one complete cartridge.
The die that seats the bullet into the mouth of the powder charged and primed case.
The depth to which a bullet is seated in the case mouth.
The part that holds the case in proper alignment while the case is being run into the die.
A die used to resize a fired case back to approximately its original dimensions.
A primer that has been fired.
Very high vibrations generated by an ultrasonic case cleaner that are used to clean brass cases. The ultrasonic case cleaner warms and vibrates ultrasonic case cleaning solution, removing buildup and restoring luster to brass cases.