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I am in the process of (finally!) setting up my reloading room. My bench is built (35" tall 25" x 96" maple butcher block on a Kreg base). I was looking at Inline Fabrication products. They look good. They are also spendy.

What products have you used and kept using? Ergo roller handle? Conventional roller handle? High, medium, low, flush mount? Accessories?

I have a $150 gift card burning a hole in my pocket and decided to use it on luxury items for the bench that I would not ordinarily splurge on.

What would you buy and why?

Bruce




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I have the Dillon aluminum roller handle, and the strong mount. The mount (whether or not) depends on what position you like for loading (standing or sitting, I stand). The smooth roller handle is the best of the three Dillon handles I've tried.
 
Similar products are available from Inline, so if it's free with your certificate, I would just buy them there. You'll still have a few bucks left over, so the rest is up to you.



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I should have added that this is for a RCBS Rockchucker Supreme press.

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Flush mount, quick change bases and storage docks. He usually has a sale on the 4th of July or Memorial Day.




 
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I think he sells Dillon reloaders... just kidding.

If it available for the Chucker, these are great on the Dillon XL650
Ergo Roller Handle is great as I reload standing up
LED light kit is great
Riser mount is great, I reload standing up



I like the little hanger for primer tubes, probably doesn’t apply to you
He has some good ideas for wall mount or track mount storage of dies etc if you have a flat wall. I haven’t got there yet, but I’ll get the holder for the tool head and such.




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I have 2 of the quick change mounts, flush, and ultra. This allows me to move the presses around so I have the option of standing or setting. I have a couple of the storage mounts that I move the presses to get them out/off of my bench depending on what I'm doing. Bench space is at a premium which it more usable. I have a spare vice mounted on a base too, that I move over when I'm working on things that require it.

May be seam a little high on the price till you see how well they build and the thickness of the parts. These are All heavy duty, 1/4" plate steel.

As for as the handles, I prefer a ball. I have a sock over it to allow it to spin easily in your hand. This allows the your arm, elbow and wrist all stay in it's natural alignment.


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After doing some measuring, I ordered the Ultramount, a quick change plate for the press, and the Ergo roller handle. I already have the RCBS Accessory plate #2 that will get mounted somewhere else on the bench for the powder measure and/or trimmer.
I am wondering if anyone likes the case ejection system and the primer catcher. I may order those during the next sale.

Bruce




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I have the case ejection system and it is very handy, I’d recommend it. I need to pull the plug and get the spent primer catch.
 
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LED light strip. Good stuff.


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Flush mount and several bases for other items like a press, powder throw, etc



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I recently purchased their LED light for the Dillon SDB press. Works as advertised. Much easier now to see that each case really does have powder,etc.


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I just installed my Ultramount and roller handle for my old RCBS RCII press. Good stuff. Thanks for posting.


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