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Inline Fabrication / Midway

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by MrCountyCop, Jun 22, 2012.

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  1. MrCountyCop

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    Darn! I JUST put in a midway order yesterday, I would have grabbed one of these had I known.
     
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    These work. I have one on my SS LNL, and since I installed it the tendonitis I had developed in my right elbow has gone away.
     
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    Anybody used their LnL strong mount? I am thinking about getting the ergo roller and the mount.
     
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    I have not tried handle or strong mount yet but i just received the LED light kit.. Wow its awesome. Matt
     
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    I just ordered the strong mount and the ergo handle...and the bullet feeder attachment for the strong mount. We'll see how it goes!!
     
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    I have the strong mount, ergo roller handle, double bullet tray and the LED light kit. All of Inline Fabrications products are top notch and very well built! I wouldn't hesitate to purchase, you will not be disappointed!
     
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    This is great to hear! I am glad it is more comfortable for you!


    Thank you guys for the compliments, I appreciate it and really value feedback. If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to ask.


    Dan
     
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    Mine should be here tomorrow. I'll let you know how it works. I'm really excited. I'm thinking of putting the mount on a thick board and then clamping the board to the bench like I do with my MEC 9000
     
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    The strong mount and the roller handle showed up the other day. The quality is EXCELLENT. I would recommend both of these upgrades.
     
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    And yet no pics of any setup.
     
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    Here's one on a Dillon 650, with Dillons strong mount. I'm very happy with the handle.
     
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    Akrobin removed to show off strong mount
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    I should get shorter bolts to fasten this to my bench
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    Ergo Handle!!
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    Action Shot (not really :D)
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    Just turn the bolts over so the heads on the top.
     
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    Nice press set up! :D

    I have been toying around with making a better bracket to replace the weak\rusting factory Hornady finished bullet tray bracket. Mine bother me with how they sag with just a few rounds in them and seem to be very susceptible to quickly rust. Would that be something anyone would be interested in?
     
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    I think the bracket for the bullet bin is ok, it's the way it's attached to the press that makes it sag. It should be screwed to the frame like the RCBS Pro 2000 does. A couple of 8/32 tapped screw holes should do it.
     
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    I would be interested in a better bracket. I dislike the factory because of the reasons you listed, the way it sags and how it rusts, but I also don't like how it gets in the way of the press itself. When you push the handle forward to prime you have to push against the bracket. If you could solve those problems I would for sure buy one.
     
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    I also have the strong mount, SHORT ergo roller handle, double bullet tray and the LED light kit. I purchased directly from http://www.inlinefabrication.com/ and received two days later. It actually came the day before the Hornady Lock N Load AP I ordered from http://www.midsouthshooterssupply.com. Inline makes premium accessories with excellent fit and finish. The installation was spot on and looked and operated as if it was part of the press design. I have been reloading (off and on) for over 40+ years using a single stage and finally decided to get a progressive press. The Inline accessories simply put the icing on the cake. I highly recommend spending the few extra $$ to have the best reloading experience.
     
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    I have one on my LCT, works good.
     
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    Done. I have made double and single bin brackets. The improved bracket can be used with or with-out the Ultramount and also supports the case feeder actuation rod. :D


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    I am glad you like your gear! Enjoy!
     
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    I bought two of the strong mounts, one for the house loading room and one for the shop loading room. They are better than Dillon's. I drill and tap the top plate for various presses I use for specialized loading tasks. I recommend Inline's stuff to anyone. (Trimm)
     
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