Reloading tray use
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Wooden reloading blocks

Our classic wooden reloading blocks are our signature product. Suitable for most any cartridge, blocks are availible in a wide number of hole sizes and depths. Carefully selected hardwoods are used as a base, and then drilled with 50 holes (32 or 25 for large sizes). Refer to the chart below to find the tray sizes relating to the cases you will be reloading.

Shotshell sized blocks are also availible in 410 through 10 gauge, in both 25 and 50 hole configurations. 20 gauge blocks double as the block for the 50 Browning.

A line of thicker blocks is present for top heavy black power cartriges in 38 through 50 caliber.
Size Example cartridges
#0 25 ACP
#1 Hornet, FN 5.7
#2s 380, 32 Auto, 32 Short & Long
#2 17, 221, 222, 223 Remington, 30 Carbine, 32 H&R
#3 9mm, 38 Super, 25-20, 32-20 Winchester, 218 Bee
#4s 10mm Auto, 40 S&W, 41 AE, 38 S&W
#4 38 Special, 357 Magnum, 224 Weatherby, PPC, 7.72x39, 6.8 SPC
#5s 45 Auto, BR Remington
#5 308, 30'06, 22-250, 6mm Remington, 270 Winchester, Swift, 35 Remington, 7-08 Remington, 7x57, 8x57, 240 Weatherby, 6.5x55
#6 44 Special, 44 Magnum, 45 Colt, 41 Magnum, 30-30, 284
#7 44 Special, 44 Magnum, 375 H&H, 338, 458 Winchester, 416 Remington, 257-270-7mm-300-340-375 Weatherby, 30-40 Krag, 44-40, 404 Jeffery, 50 AE, Short Magnums
#8 45-70, 378-416-460 Weatherby, 348 Winchester, 45 Sharps Straight
#9 50-70 Government, 50 Sharps
#577 577 Nitro, 577/450
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After market mounts for Wilson trimmers

Trimmer mounts, the second product we decided to start offering, are designed to be either bolted to a workbench or clamped to the bench using an optional kit.
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Case lube racks

Designed for spray case lubes, and specifically for Hornady dry lube, lube racks are machined from 6061-T6 aluminum bar stock, and then clear coat anodized for durability.
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Custom barrel fluting

Having the machinery needed, and after consulting noted barrel maker William Atkinson, we began fluting rifle barrels for gunsmiths. This provides both weight reduction and improved cooling for heavy barrels, and cosmetic improvements for lighter barrels. We have since fluted many hundreds of barrels for gunsmiths.

Barrel fluting is the machining of lengthwise grooves into the outside surface a barrel. This has benefits for both light and heavy barrels. Quoting Atkinson, "If fluting causes any detrimental changes in the barrel, it's a bad barrel to begin with."
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