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    Would Inline-Fabrication Mounts be strong enough for bullet swaging?

    I have a RCE Sea Girt press that I use for bullet swaging. Mainly .22LR cases to jackets & then to .224 bullets.

    Lately I've been looking at mounts from Inline-Fabrication to better organize my loading bench. Would the flush base-plate & press adapter be sufficiently stout to support bullet swaging? Has anyone tried this?

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    i have the quick change system on the high rise mount and do what you describe with a rcbs all the time. my seagirt mounts horizontal so I have it permanently mounted.

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    Should be fine with 224 stuff. I do much larger stuff on an Inline Fab mount, but not the QC, though I'm thinking of trying it. I use one for my Co-Ax presses & a Dillon 550. Here's what I have setup for the WH:


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    I have the Inline Fabrication flush mount plate, and swap between Dillon 550b and Rockchucker with two foot long arm for swaging. The flush mount system is very sturdy, and will handle any swaging projects I do.


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