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Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by CKweigand, Mar 19, 2019.

  1. CKweigand
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    Just purchased the Quick Press Mounting System with the 9 3/4” Riser and plates for my Hornady LnL AP, Hornady Cam Lock Trimmer, and Dillon Super Swage (left to right orientation)...

    I know Inline Fabrication makes a quality product so that does not concern me at all...

    I was wondering if any of you folks have went to this quick mounting system and what your thoughts on it were. Would you make the purchase again? Would you recommend it?

    Space is currently a premium for me and I didn’t like not having a stable platform for some of my off press tasks. This is why this route seemed to take care of my problems. Just hoping it all works out! Thanks guys!
     
  2. 9mmepiphany

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    I started with an Ultramount and short Ergo Handle for my LNL AP and liked them so much that I got the same set up of my Lee Classic Cast single stage. I recently added the a Quick Change Top Plate for my second Ultramount so that I could switch between my Classic Cast and my bench priming tool (it had been on a Lee bench plate between the two presses) and free up bench space.

    The Quick Change system is stable and changing plates is easy. I'm considering adding another top plate to mount my vice...bringing it to eye level to work on gun parts. I wouldn't consider one from my LNL AP as it is pretty bulky with the case feeder, large completed cartridge bin, dual bullet bins, and piggy back die holder attached to it.

    Be sure to plan where you're going to put your dismounted equipment when it isn't on the Ultramount
     
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    I like my Inline quick mounts I have two of their risers; one for my Redding single stage and one for my Hornady LNL. It’s just nice to be able to dismount them on occasion. I don’t fully utilize it to switch between items but for the cost it was worth having the flexibility in my mind.
     
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    I have a quick mount system on the bench. I use it to swap a Lyman AA8 turret and Hornady LNL case trimmer. Works very well for me. The dual storage dock accessory really makes this system shine. Quick and easy to switch gears and provides a safe place to store the tool that I'm not currently using while the other is on the bench.

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  5. Blue68f100

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    I have the quick change mounts at 2 locations. One on the Ultra mound and the other on the flush mount. Use these on my LNL-AP and Big Boss II presses. I like these for I can move the presses around depending if I want to stand vs sitting while reloading. Yes I would do it again. I also have a spare quick change base which I have a small vice mounted on. Bench space is at a premium so it's niece to be able to shuffle things around.
     
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    Didn’t even see that dual storage dock or maybe was paying attention enough, but that would be the cats meow. I’ll probably add that to the next volley of purchases...

    Good thinking 9mm, it’s one thing to have the intentions of utilizing this system but another when I have everything in my lap and can’t go anywhere with it when not in use. Working on remedying that right now. Thanks!
     
  7. Tensaw

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    I reload in a storage shed/shop that is not climate controlled. I live in the southeast and was concerned about the effects of humidity/moisture on my presses so I went with the quick change system. I deprime/size on a Lee single stage and reload using a Dillon 550C and when they aren't in use, they live mounted in Inline's docking plate in my closet. This also frees up my work bench for other uses. Works great.
     
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    I have the flush mount system on one of my benches and I love it. I have plates for my Rock Chucker, vice, and RCBS swaging tool. I also have the dual storage dock, which is great as well. I have been thinking about installing a second flush mount at a different location on the bench at some time in the future. One day I will have the bench top routed, but for now I just have it mounted to the top of the bench. I like the idea of being able to clear the bench for other projects.
     
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  9. Milt1

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    I have the quick mount system that I use to switch between my Redding powder measure and the RCBS bench mounted priming system. When I ordered this from InLine, I give them hole layout for both items and switching between them has worked exceptionally well as you just finger unscrew two wing nuts; lift up and slip one off then slip the other on and replace the wing nuts. What's not to like?
     
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  10. Big Wes

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    I have the 4 inch quick mount and two quick mount plates one for my Dillon Swager and one for the RCBS bench primer/ Also have the wall mount plates for storage when not in use. Great products and very useful / convenient. I mounted a pin to the Swager plate to connect a rubber band form the Swager to the plate for auto eject function of cases. Works great.
     
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  11. higgite

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    I have the micro quick change mount. I reload sitting down and the 4” riser works out very well for me. Combined with the range of height adjustment of my chair, I no longer have to “bow” to my presses at the bottom of every handle stroke. Changing presses is quick and easy.
     
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    I have 2 of the 9 mounts on the ends of my bench, and a flush mount quick release in the middle for my Redding T-7. Also have 6 or 7 tools mounted to quick release plates, Forster case trimmer, small vise, swager, bench primer, 2 lubrisizer. Have the single hangers to store the tools on when not on the bench. All his stuff is top notch!
     
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    Thanks for the input everyone. Can’t wait to put this stuff to good use!
     
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