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Thread: Lachmiller 707

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    In the Gopher State of Minnesota

    Lachmiller 707

    One of the later Lachmiller presses. It take standard shellholders, uses the typical Pacific type linkage that was common to most presses at that time. An interesting design made of cast iron, it should be a nice press to use.

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    Boolit Master
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    Nov 2012
    New York, the empire State
    The Lachmiller 707 was one of Henry Lachmiller unique design. the unique pyramid shape design, made it very strong and open. it was short and compact but well made. The only thing missing is the Compound leverage.
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    Cecilia, Kentucky
    Thanks for sharing. I always enjoy your posts on various presses and gear.

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