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Redding Ultramag

At first glance you will see what sets the ULTRAMAG apart from all other reloading presses: the unique location of its compound leverage system. Unlike other reloading presses which connect the linkage to the lower half of the press, the ULTRAMAG'S leverage system is connected to the top of the press frame. This allows you to develop literally tons of pressure without the usual concern about press frame deflection or misalignment.

The ULTRAMAG features a huge 4-3/4” frame opening and 4-1/8” of usable ram stroke, making it ideal for loading oversized cartridges such as the old Sharps “Buffalo Cartridges” and British “Nitro-Express” rounds.

Its unique long link compound leverage system has more mechanical advantage over a greater distance than any other reloading press on the market. This makes “childs play” of difficult case forming operations.

• The frame is constructed of high grade cast iron for strength, long life and wear resistance.
• Four mounting holes provide rigid mounting.
• Offset handle is out of the way for all reloading operations.
• All linkage pins are heat treated, precision ground and in double shear.
• Steel adapter bushing accepts standard 7/8"-14 threaded dies and is removable for use with oversized dies.
• Frame with bushing removed accepts 1-1/4" x 12 die threads.


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User reviews of the Redding Ultramag press:
I own the Redding Ultramag press and I like it. It is a good press. It is great for sizing long cases. It comes with a hollow tube to catch de-capped primers in, and it works well. I used to pinch my finger trying to seat bullets in my rockchucker II when I loaded my 7mmSTW rounds because the mouth of the case was so close to the press. Not now. The press has well over 4" of opening Some of the things I don't like are the power ram mounted the way it is it's a little tight coming in to place a bullet in the mouth of the case. You have to place it in from the front. Also the die threads into a threaded coupling, and in tends to work loose as you try to unthread a die if it was screwed in tight. You need an 1 1/2" wrench or a very big adjustable to hold it as you unscrew the die. On a scale of one to five, I give it a 3.5
Submitted by: john
This is a top quality press. It's a little ruff working the brass into/out of the shell plate, but you get used to it, and it's tal and strong and you can fit in african cartridges over 4 1/4 in long into the press without having to back out the dies. I got mine from: Shooters Supplies Of Santa Fe or I met them at the Dallas Gun show several years back and they are a nice couple you can trust! Anything Redding related!
Submitted by: Albuquerque Bill
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