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RCBS Pro 2000 Automatic Indexing Progressive Press 88882

 
RCBS
88882
076683888822
55302
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$590.64
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The RCBS Pro2000 Auto Index Progressive Press is one of the easiest ways to get started reloading with an auto indexing progressive press. The rock solid cast iron from will last a lifetime and the five stations allow plenty of room for additional reloading dies to make reloading more efficient. This press can reload up to 600 rounds per hour and has enough compound leverage to handle even the toughest resizing jobs. The quick change die plate allows for convenience switching between calibers and accommodates standard 7/8"-14 threaded pistol and rifle dies.

Specifications and features:
RCBS Pro 2000 Automatic Indexing Progressive press
Automatic indexing
Five station manual indexing
Strong cast iron frame, links, and toggle black
Compound leverage allows effortless full length sizing
Manual indexing
Removable die plate
Five reloading stations allows separate use of lube die, and a Powder
Checker or LockOut Die
Seat and crimp bullets separately
Fast and easy caliber conversion
Utilizes APS Priming System
Quick primer size change over
Primer catcher eliminates spilled primers
Large working window for greater visibility and easy access to all stations
Simple Universal Case Retention System
Easy removal and insertion of cases at each station
Self cleaning Shell Plate Holder
Includes bullet tray, loaded cartridge box and empty case box
Standard 7/8-14 thread
Uniflow powder measure with micrometer adjustable screw
Lifetime warranty 

Item#: 55302
Total number of Reviews: 1

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4.0 5
"Really good press. Just finished loading 100 rounds on fresh Starline brass. I just transitioned from a turret, and I have only one gripe: sometimes the auto-index sticks and doesn't go all the way to the next station. Tip to mitigate the gripe: wait to push the handle forward (prime station 2) until you put the new case into station 1 (it will finish the index when you do this. Otherwise, pay attention and you won't have issues! Happy reloading! ;)"
– Johnny C