Area 419 Zero Reloading Press with 7/8″ Turret Head

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Buy the Area 419 Zero Reloading Press with 7/8″ Turret Head is milled from all-American billet aluminum and stainless steel. This press moves with the help of 14 bearings, including a self-lubricating linear sleeve bearing, guiding the precision-ground 1.25″ ram with less than .0006″ of diametric clearance. Each press is hand measured and fitted, mating the ram and the bearing, ensuring the most precise ram stroke on the market – ZERO doubt about that.

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Buy Area 419 Zero Reloading Press with 7/8″ Turret Head – Buy Area 419 Zero Reloading Press with 7/8″ Turret Head Near Me

Buy the Area 419 Zero Reloading Press with 7/8″ Turret Head is milled from all-American billet aluminum and stainless steel. This press moves with the help of 14 bearings, including a self-lubricating linear sleeve bearing, guiding the precision-ground 1.25″ ram with less than .0006″ of diametric clearance. Each press is hand measured and fitted, mating the ram and the bearing, ensuring the most precise ram stroke on the market – ZERO doubt about that.

The linkage system will also glide on bearings and custom hardware which will allow the system to be assembled with near-ZERO slop. The operation of the oversized ram, with the .75″ steel arm and ZERO-friction knob will be unlike anything you’ve ever experienced.

The turret system will be secured using a, over-sized, custom-made ZERO-point pull-stud, and the turret will be located using an oversized ball-detent system. Changing the position of the turret from one die to another will require only a turn of a (supplied) t-handle. When indexing the turret, repeatability variance of the system will be less than .0005″. The opening in the press will allow for sizing and seating of cases up to 338 Lapua Magnum, and will accept standard 7/8″ dies and standard shellholders. The press CAN be used for Cheytac-class reloading, but may (depending on your die setup and bullet length) require you to “scoop” the bullet into the sizing die and down into the case before sizing.

Using factory shellholders there will be a small amount of float available to account for uncontrollable 3rd party tolerances. Area 419 has designed a decapping/primer-catch system into the body of the press, eliminating goofy surgical hoses and baby food-like jars. A simple slide-out tray (with detent) will make this mundane process smooth, simple, and unobtrusive. All presses will ship with a standard bolt-down plate.

Features

  • The zero-slop turret head allows you to change between dies, eliminating the variability induced when removing and resetting dies
  • The turret head allows the press to work with multiple die-attachments without goofy thread-stacking adapters
  • The available ram-stroke here is 4.4″, allowing you to use it on significantly large cases
  • Total opening of 4.75″, with no unnecessary shellholder protrusion at the bottom of the stroke
  • The extended ram position will be more repeatable than any ram-style press on the market
  • More efficient energy transfer from handle to ram via bearing-guided motion throughout the system
  • Adjustable/interchangeable handle setup for maximizing leverage/feel based on operation
  • Internally contained primer-catch system, eliminating baby food jars and surgical hoses hanging from your press

Specifications

Product Information

Frame Material
Aluminum
Press Type
Turret Press
Handle Location
Ambidextrous
Spent Primer Collection System
Yes
Die Size Accepted
Standard 7/8″-14 Threaded Dies
Die Bushing Accepted
No
Ram Stroke
4.4 Inches
Frame Design
Ram Diameter
1.25 Inches
Frame Offset
0 Degrees
Frame Opening Size
4.75 Inches
Country of Origin
United States of America

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