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Thread: Dies for a walnut hill press

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    I own a walnut hill press and talked to Richard recently, he is semi retired meaning as he told me he will no longer do custom work. If you email him and ask about a standard die set he will most likely make them for you. I just 6 months ago bought a 6mm rebated boattail lead tip two point form dies 6s and 8s. I also have Dave Corbins adapter for Corbin S dies they work well but you will need the walnut hill point form eject punch that is extra

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    My need is for a 308 high powered Airgun. Not standard ammo. He is not able to help me. Thank you for your help though.

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    Dave Corbin can make those dies, and they are easy to work with the WH press. I have a .25 pellet die from him and it works great.

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    Dies for a walnut hill press




    .457 slugs for my .45. Bought a Corbin die, and had to modify it a little to fit my
    Blackmon press. But it works just fine. Form and bleed all in one. Takes a lot of force if bleeding a lot of weight off, but otherwise performs as advertised.

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    Whatcya got there HiTNrun?
    To lazy to chase arrows.
    Clodhopper

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    Quote Originally Posted by clodhopper View Post
    Whatcya got there HiTNrun?
    .457 slugs for an air rifle.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HtNRun View Post



    .457 slugs for my .45. Bought a Corbin die, and had to modify it a little to fit my
    Blackmon press. But it works just fine. Form and bleed all in one. Takes a lot of force if bleeding a lot of weight off, but otherwise performs as advertised.

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    That's the exact setup I'm leaning towards. I had inquired a few others but fell on deaf ears.

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    Donít give up, Iím having a conversation


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    This is the exact bullet I currently shoot
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