Description: Hornady Lock-N-Load Iron Press Single Stage Loaded With Manual Primer Md: 085520
With a Heavy Duty, Fully Ambidextrous, Cast Iron Frame, The Iron Press Is Built To Be The heaviest, Most Rigid Press In Its Class. Tight tolerances In Manufacture And Assembly Combine To Provide Consistency And Precision That Will Deliver Match Accurate Ammunition, Round-after-Round, Year-after-Year. The Available Gravity Fed Automatic Priming System (Sold separately Or With The Lock-N-Load Iron Press Reloading Kit), Combined With The Accessory Mounting Deck, increases Reloading Efficiency By Allowing More Processes To Occur simultaneously. The Iron Press Is The First Of Its Kind To Allow The Ability To deprime, Pause And remove The Case To Chamfer & deburr Etc., then Replace And Prime. The Accessory Mounting Deck provides The Hand Loader With Many options For Quick Access To items Such as trays For Bullets Or Cases, Chamfer And deburr tools, Case Neck Brushes, Primer Pocket cleaners And Many More. Further Ease Of Use Comes From Exclusive features Such as a Spring Assist 1 1/8” Solid Steel Ram And The patented Shell Holder Platform. And, as With All Hornady Metallic Reloading Presses, The Iron Press Comes With The patented Lock-N-Load Bushing System That makes changeovers Lightning Fast.
- Same Mounting Pattern as Hornady AP / Classic Press And RCBS Rock Chucker - Ambidextrous Operation - Patented Lock-N-Load Bushing System - Patented Shell Holder Platform - Manual Prime System - Accessory Mounting Deck For Case Prep tools
- Press Type: Single Stage - Frame Material: Cast Iron - Frame Design: Triangular - Handle Location: Bottom, Ambidextrous - Die Size Accepted: 7/8 - 14 - Die Bushing Accepted: Yes - Die Bushing Brand Used: Hornady - Spent Primer Collection System: No - Ram Diameter: 1.125" - Priming Feature: Yes - Number Of Mounting Holes: 3 - Mounting Hardware Included: No
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