No need to complicate the reloading process. Our Co-Ax® Reloading Press keeps it simple while still delivering famous Forster precision.
The Forster Co-Ax® Reloading Press comes with several unique features that help make it truly one of a kind, including:
Forster Co-Ax® Loading Press
- Snap-in and snap-out die changing. You can actually change from sizer die to seater die in two seconds!
- A positive spent primer catcher system which passes all spent primers and dirty carbon through a tube and into a container. That helps keep all working parts free of dirt and abrasives.
- Dual floating guide rods to help ensure perfect alignment.
- Because there is absolutely no torque on the head of the Co-Ax® Reloading Press, long life is the rule rather than the exception. Due to the design of the linkage and pivots, all forces are in
equilibrium whether the press is at maximum work load or at rest.
- Our Co-Ax® Reloading Press has three times the mechanical advantage of an ordinary “C” press. It’s so effortless, full length sizing can actually be accomplished by operating the handle of the
press with the little finger! There’s no pain but plenty of gain.
- The Co-Ax® Reloading Press delivers perfect alignment of the die and the case because the shell holder jaws are designed to float with the die, thereby permitting the case to center precisely in
- With no frame supports or swinging primer arms to interfere or cause an obstruction, the Co-Ax® Reloading Press provides plenty of elbow room for both right handed or left handed operators.
- The Co-Ax® Reloading Press accepts any standard 7/8″ X 14 reloading die, some with existing locking rings. We recommend Forster Cross Bolt Die Lock Rings.
- The unique top priming device seats primers to factory specifications. The seater is always at right angles to the case head. Primers will not flip or tip. They will be seated straight, level and
at a uniform distance below the case head. Primers cannot be crushed, nor will they protrude from the case head and cause premature firing.
- The top of the stroke provides a rock solid stop for consistency.