Talon Advanced Reloading Press

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$382,11 price excluding tax (VAT)

The Talon Reloading Press is a great upgrade for the precision reloader

It is designed to improve the accuracy of cartridge processing both in forming and inserting the projectiles.

Standard threading is 7/8-14 UNF. Adapters can be bought in 1/4-12 UNF and 1′-1/2 UNF.

-Note: due to updates and changes at the factory’s production line, this product is backordered about 4 weeks-

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Description

Talon Advanced Precision reloading press.

Ships to the USA.

The Talon Precision press is designed to improve the accuracy of cartridge processing both in forming and inserting the projectiles.
Completely realized by CNC machines in Ergal 7075, C40 and 304 stainless steel.The vertical stroke is guided by a ball bearing and 3 bushings. The central column and the 3 side columns are created to increase the accuracy of the reloading of ammunition in the dies. Reducing runout, improving accuracy.

Standard threading is 7/8-14 UNF. Adapters can be bought in 1/4-12 UNF and 1′-1/2 UNF.

Check your die set manufaturer’s website to verify. The die sets of major brands such as  Hornady/RCBS typically have 7/8” threading.

Adapter holder is recommended because other brands may not fit in the dieset holder. Talon presses work at best with Redding shellholders in general.

Total stroke of the press 145 mm/5.7 inch, this means you can reload all calibers up to 50 BMG in one  reloading press.

Weight 8 kg/17.6 lbs

 

 

Additional information

Weight7,5 kg
Dimensions40 × 30 × 45 cm

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  1. Sean Rukgaber (verified owner)

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    Kind of wondering if it was supposed to come with a spanner wrench to remove the shell holder? Not a big deal, I have some in my tool box. I also found it odd that there was no literature/instructions. I know how to use it- just seemed odd.

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    • ssdsite (store manager)

      Yes, that would make sense. True, it doesn’t come with a spanner, I guess the manufacturer assumes there’s one nearbye.. With regards to literature, I guess same story. Manufacturer assumes this is not the first press purchased (all good, untill it it is). K/R Pieter

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