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5278 fps in .22-243 Middl.
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14412 ft-lbs in .700 NE
13109 ft-lbs in .50 BMG



Redding T-7

The design criteria was to create the ultimate turret press. Our engineering team started with our time proven cast iron construction and turret support that is second to none. They added powerful compound linkage with over 3.8” of ram travel. A 1” diameter hollow ram was chosen with the “smart” primer arm and primer collection system borrowed from our Ultramag. Another station was added to the turret for even greater versatility and an optional “Slide Bar Automatic Primer Feeding System” was designed.

After adding a few more subtle refinements and built the way only Redding builds ‘em, we're confident that we have created the best turret press ever.

• Seven station turret head.
• Heavy duty cast iron frame for strength and wear resistance.
• Powerful compound linkage with positive ram stop.
• 1” diameter ram.
• 4-3/4” press opening.
• 3-13/16” ram stroke
• Tubular spent primer collection system.
• Ball handle.
• Accepts all standard 7/8"-14 threaded dies and universal shell holders.
• Shellholders may be rotated to any comfortable position desired.
• “Smart” primer arm for seating small and large primers.
• Interchangeable turret heads.
• Competition die compatible.


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User reviews of the Redding T-7 press:
This turret press puts the other turret presses to shame. Redding has made one heavy duty press. Every one that comes into my reloading room goes to the Redding turret press first. You will not be disappointed with this press. I rate this press at 5 stars *****.
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The Redding T7 press is made of heavy duty cast iron and it has a four hole mounting base. This press is well built and considerably heavier in weight than the RCBS or Lyman turret presses. I like the turret press, it offers the reloader control over each operation and has the rigidity of a single stage. I used a Dillon RL550B for years, it was good for handgun ammo, but I didn't like it for rifle. The Redding T7 handles all my reloading needs including: .454 Casull, .45 Long, .38/.357 magnum, .45ACP, .40S&W, .308Win, 30.06, .243 Win. Highly recommended. For benchrest shooting the Redding UltraMag may be better, but with competition dies and careful loading the T7 will do the job.
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