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hogfish
09-15-2012, 18:23
Hi. I have a Classic 4 Hole Turret Press, and was wondering if anyone here could tell me if the Classic Cast Breach Lock Single Stage can be installed in the same holes on my bench.

Thanks.

:)

Colorado4Wheel
09-15-2012, 21:56
http://www.patmarlins.com/

Not your question, but a nice solution for you.

hogfish
09-15-2012, 22:18
http://www.patmarlins.com/

Not your question, but a nice solution for you.

Interesting. I'll have to take a closer look later.

Thanks! :)

sessumrd
09-15-2012, 22:42
Hi. I have a Classic 4 Hole Turret Press, and was wondering if anyone here could tell me if the Classic Cast Breach Lock Single Stage can be installed in the same holes on my bench.

Thanks.

:)

No. They aren't the same bollt holes. I know because I have both of them mounted on my bench.

sig357fan
09-16-2012, 02:29
http://leeprecision.com/instructions.html

follow the link, look under "Reloading Stand & Bench Plate" for press templates, may be able to match up some of the holes

hogfish
09-16-2012, 06:30
Thanks, all. You've been a lot of help.

:wavey:

unclebob
09-16-2012, 07:33
http://leeprecision.com/bench-plate.html
Of course you can find it cheaper elsewhere.

Colorado4Wheel
09-16-2012, 10:05
Lee has a steel base now. I wonder if it would work with a Dillon. I would not use a wood base on a larger press or any Lee progressive. Movement is really bad on a progressive press.

hogfish
09-17-2012, 04:08
Lee has a steel base now. I wonder if it would work with a Dillon. I would not use a wood base on a larger press or any Lee progressive. Movement is really bad on a progressive press.

I didn't see a steel base. Where'd you find it?

Thanks.

Colorado4Wheel
09-17-2012, 04:18
It's in the link UncleBob posted. The black thing with all the holes in it.

I should have said Metal not steel. For all I know it's aluminum.

hogfish
09-17-2012, 05:01
It's in the link UncleBob posted. The black thing with all the holes in it.

I should have said Metal not steel. For all I know it's aluminum.

:embarassed: Sorry. I guess I 'saw'it, but didn't 'look' at it. It must be the pre-drilled base they refer to in the description.

Thanks again.