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CH4D H-Press

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by 50 Shooter, Jul 20, 2004.

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  1. 50 Shooter

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  2. Paul "Fitz" Jones

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    C-H Presses

    I was the sales Rep of the C-H company when the .50 press was invented. I retired in 1979 never selling one. I feel they are worthwhile for someone needing them. I invented the 4 position "H" press and sold the heck out of them. and the 4 position Auto Champ also.

    I feel that the C-H style H presses are the best rifle and pistol presses for the price and they will never wear out. I still have thousands of dollars of parts for them that have not been needed so far. Cast Iton does not wear out.
     
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    Tip of the hat to you, Paul.

    I've been using a C-H press for around six months now and have learned a lot using it. It's my first reloading press. I've tinkered quite a bit with the dies, powder and primer specs., but the press itself is one solid piece of equipment.
     
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    Good Choice

    TomL you made a very good choice as the current CH4D 444 "H" Press is the best press for the price and speed of reloading for a beginner as it will be used for a lifetime with rifle and pistol accessories and when you pick up a casing and move it through the positions, in seconds it is a loaded round, not some stage of processing in a loading tray that an "O" press would create.

    I am long retired after inventing that 4 position "H" press and have no contact with the current CH4D company.

    Fitz
     
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    Paul,
    Did you get my email?
     
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