Would this work on the older RL 1050s?
Yes. I am running mine on an RL. That was the primary reason I started looking at the Mk7.
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Posted 01 November 2015 - 10:39 AM
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Posted 02 November 2015 - 01:00 PM
I orderd one, I currently own 4 1050's but Im considering a few more, a guy on enos said it was aprox 5 mins to move it between the 1050s. so thats doable. I really hate caliber changes and adjustments my .40 one hasn't been touched the last 100.000+ rounds
I find a little oneshot helps the elbow, as does 1050s over 650s and that darn forward stroke.
I've loaded the 9 major on the 650 as it handles the powderspilling a lot better, but hopeing to move it to 1050s down the line.
Posted 02 November 2015 - 02:29 PM
I use OneShot liberally, makes a big difference on effort required.
I did a 1050 caliber change from 9mm (dedicated toolhead) to 223 (dedicated toolhead) last night. Cleaned and lubed while I was at it. Wasn't that big a deal, need to tweak the Mr. Bullet Feeder still - probably the hardest part.
I like the idea of moving the Mark 7 from press to press. Maybe someday I'll have a second 1050.
Posted 10 November 2015 - 02:14 PM
I ordered the Mark 7 10/31 and settled in for the expected 4-5 week lead time.
GOOD NEWS: I just received notification of the package being in A6 en route to be delivered tomorrow!
This low speed high drag dude is running it at 900 RPH, just like a grandmother in a marathon. The Monster energy drink appears ineffective.
This dude is getting it done @ 1800 RPH:
Posted 10 November 2015 - 02:15 PM
For the tech heads who want to see how it goes together:
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Posted 11 November 2015 - 08:22 AM
Mine is also up and running, I havent run it on the 1050 yet, but I need digital clutch 3 for my misc .40 brass, Loaded 4000ish so far, I had one primer go off, not sure why, thinking it might have not removed the entire primer in the decap, so maybe the top left, and then boom, was running 1800rph at the time, Ive slowed it down to 1200, seems more forgiving.
Like you Ive also depended on the swager to catch SPP 45, maybe they are reading this and have some tips? I know they said "they have some cool stuff in the pipeline" and that would definetly be cool
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