You can't go wrong with it.
Picking up a CO-AX Soon and wanted to hear from the vets using the press if there is anything that I need to go with it to make reloading quicker and easier? Plan is to use it mostly for loading. I've only been using my co-ax about a year, so I'm not an expert like many here.
It is also the only single stage press I've ever used so my experience is limited. I found the Forster lock rings to be soft and expensive. I use Hornady lock rings because they are steel and reasonably priced.
I use them on all my dies, but the only ones I've had are Forster, Redding, and Lee. There are probably others that would work as well as the Hornady ones but I don't know them. I don't see the need at all for any extra jaws unless you plan on abusing the press somehow and damaging the jaws.
I think that would take some doing.
I've seen people selling various add-ons for the co-ax but I've never seen any point to it. The press works great as it is right out of the box. The only thing I've changed on mine is that I don't use the spent primer jar because it got in the way of a drawer.
I replaced it with a piece of clear tubing that sends the primers right into the trash can. I like to hear them drop.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: Snap-in and snap-out die changing.
Mar 28, · Well, the other day, I said that if I ever got another single stage press it would be the Forster Co-Ax. Great looking press. I changed my mind. I didn't go Co-Ax although I still think it would be terrific. I have been eyeballing the Summit press for a few years, thinking it would be a nice press.
My Co-Ax press is decades old, being a "Bonanza" brand (it predates Forster's purchase of Bonanza), has had untold thousands of rounds through it, and still works prefectly. It was my first bench press; I bought it used in the mids.
without pulling the head from a single case! 7/8" thread dies with the Forster Co-Ax® Press. R. The Forster Co-Ax® Press is handsome as well as extremely functional and dependable. S. In the development of the Forster Co-Ax® Press, all engineering efforts were focused on Forster Co-Ax® Press Instruction Manual.
Mar 28, · Well, the other day, I said that if I ever got another single stage press it would be the Forster Co-Ax. Great looking press. I changed my mind.
I didn't go Co-Ax although I still think it would be terrific. I have been eyeballing the Summit press for a few years, thinking it would be a nice press.
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