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If your favorite most trustworthy and robust single stage press was no longer available, thru no fault of its own of course, what kind of press would you buy?
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Yup, like my Rock Chucker. I'd look around and see what was out there, but probably just buy another.
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The Forster Co-Ax .....just a little bit more perfect than a chucker !!!
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If my primary go-to Rock Chucker was suddenly lost I'd pull out my backup Rock Chucker.

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^^^ Same with me. I have a spare in the garage stored--------- just incase
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The Forster Co-Ax .....just a little bit more perfect than a chucker !!!
I would try one of these.
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Another Rock Chucker. No substitute for perfection.
If you call their spent primer handling perfection, you've never used a big boss 2

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If my Rock Chucker disappeared, I'd pull out my old stand-by RCBS Jr 3. I used it for a decade (at least) until a Rock Chucker fell into my lap.
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I’ve gone from being a broke college student to being a broke home owning dad...I’d replace me lee with another lee.
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++++1 Hands down the best designed single stage
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Red blue green orange they all do the same thing
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I’m with you there...but I’m the guy that still buys base model Japanese cars with manual transmissions. My cheapeness would make YSR racer proud.
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THIS ^^^^^. Just a little bit????
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Co-Ax...nothing else.

In fact, I should get another one just in case
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I'd buy a Co Ax or a rock chucker,

If those were the ones that became lost, and Unavailable I'd build my own.
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A Forster Co-Ax.

It's the only press I've ever had and it's the only one I'll ever use for single stage.
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Probably another lee . I have all the bushing set up for all my
calibers .
Depends on if you mean everything was stolen .
While the Lee hs been loaned out / borrowed , it has always
come back .
The only time it is really used is when the loadmaster is busy
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and one or 2 are cleaning their guns .
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maybe the single stage comes out , but generally there are pistol
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Ok then I must ask ... why is the coax better than the rockchucker?
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Ok then I must ask ... why is the coax better than the rockchucker?
Accuracy
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I'd buy another Rock Chukar. Buut, I may peek at a good turret, re Redding.
For my needs tho, that RC will always work.
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I found an excellent video review of the Co-Ax on youtube. Yeah, after seeing it's features, I can see that it's a great single stage and (aside from price) probably is better than the RC.

The only nitpick I'd have with it is if you deprime a bunch of cases on a single stage prior to cleaning them, I could see how other shell holder and single ram presses might be handier, since you can just operate the handle with one hand, while inserting and plucking out cases from the shellholder while lowering the ram just enough out of the die to take it out and insert a new one. However, you can buy a $30 lee press to do that and use the Co-Ax for actual loading.

I'm convinced, if my RC broke, I'd get the Co-Ax. The way you insert the dies is brilliant as is the shellholder-less-ness of it.

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Ok, now I'm saddened as I know I won't outlast my RockChukka. It will out last me. I spent many a night pulling that handle and it was fun.
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I'd get another Rock Chucker. Otherwise I'd look at Redding and Hornady.

I would be tempted to move to a turret press though. Or a Dillon RL5xx

I'm not that excited about how spent primers are handled with my Rock Chucker, but it has reloaded a lot of good ammo over the last 35 years...
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I found an excellent video review of the Co-Ax on youtube. Yeah, after seeing it's features, I can see that it's a great single stage and (aside from price) probably is better than the RC.

The only nitpick I'd have with it is if you deprime a bunch of cases on a single stage prior to cleaning them, I could see how other shell holder and single ram presses might be handier, since you can just operate the handle with one hand, while inserting and plucking out cases from the shellholder while lowering the ram just enough out of the die to take it out and insert a new one. However, you can buy a $30 lee press to do that and use the Co-Ax for actual loading.

I'm convinced, if my RC broke, I'd get the Co-Ax. The way you insert the dies is brilliant as is the shellholder-less-ness of it.

The Co-Ax press is a little slow to decap, because you have to lower the ram all the way to release the shell holder jaws.

I am thinking about adding a longer actuator under the ram to move the shell holder opening to a higher point on the press. Maybe somewhere I can keep the lever on the front side of TDC.
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As others have said, I'd buy another Rock Chucker and use the RCBS JR that I bought 40 years ago.
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A little off topic, but I thought this might be helpful to some here. This is the best upgrade I have bought for my Rockchucker. http://www.primercatcher.com/shop1/i...&product_id=59 I have not had any spent primers hit the floor since I got this, it was well worth the money.
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A little off topic, but I thought this might be helpful to some here. This is the best upgrade I have bought for my Rockchucker. http://www.primercatcher.com/shop1/i...&product_id=59 I have not had any spent primers hit the floor since I got this, it was well worth the money.
Yes, handling spent primers is a weak point on a Rock Chucker! I got the gizmo, where you turn the ram around and spent primers go into a shoot, then into a plastic tube, into a collection bottle. Works well, but not quite 100%. Of course you loose your ability to prime on the press. So, then you have to buy a good hand primer..... Oh yes, reloading saves money
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It seems that most here prefer the Rock Chucker press for reloading. I currently am in the market for a reloading press and am considering this. I reload .38/.357 mag but in the future I will be reloading 30-30 and 308. I have a few questions about this press.
1) how heavy is this?
My work bench is this
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Do you think this press will work with this? If not, what would be a good press?
2) What accessories go well with this press?

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I'd get another Rock Chucker. Otherwise I'd look at Redding and Hornady.

I would be tempted to move to a turret press though. Or a Dillon RL5xx

I'm not that excited about how spent primers are handled with my Rock Chucker, but it has reloaded a lot of good ammo over the last 35 years...
I saw a video where some one used a tin can and cut some of it to make sort of an aluminium straw and shoved it into the RC's rams primer cutout (where the primers fall into when depriming). The straw guided the primer down the ram cutout and exited closer to the primer catching moat. Commenters say they just shoved a McDonald's straw in there to the same effect.

I don't use my RC for anything other than swaging primer pockets at the moment, but that looks like it will work.

For the cost of a straw, you should give it a try!
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As a single stage , it is OK .
I went and would go with the Lee " O " FRAME .
But for a few dollars more [ like 50 on sale ] you can get a load master .
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It seems that most here prefer the Rock Chucker press for reloading. I currently am in the market for a reloading press and am considering this. I reload .38/.357 mag but in the future I will be reloading 30-30 and 308. I have a few questions about this press.
1) how heavy is this?
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Do you think this press will work with this? If not, what would be a good press?
2) What accessories go well with this press?

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RCBS sells the press in a kit which should get you started in terms of accessories. Though you still need a set of calipers and dies.

I think that table should hold up. It's the the weight of the press that matters, it's the force you exert when you pull the lever down ... can that table handle it without tipping? Not sure.

I had my Rock Chucker attached to a piece of plywood (elevated by wooden slats for clearance of the the bolt heads to attach the press to the wood) then I clamped the plywood to my kitchen counter to reload. When I bought a Dillon 550b, I did the same thing, mounted it to plywood then clamped to the table. I now actually have a 1050 ... mounted to a piece of wood, though I routed a T-track into a work bench and the mounted press is held onto the workbench with T-nuts.

For your pistol rounds, you might find using a turret press (the Lee Classic is a good one) a bit less tedious. However the RC should work fine. I reloaded .45 on mine, as well as rifle stuff (.303 british).
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As a single stage , it is OK .
I went and would go with the Lee " O " FRAME .
But for a few dollars more [ like 50 on sale ] you can get a load master .
The problem with reloading is that you can always pay just a bit more. Just save up a few more dollars...pretty soon you're running a fully automated Mark7 and you're broke!
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