Double Alpha Reloading-Press Tool-Holder

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  • Manufacturer #: 103146
Double Alpha Reloading-Press Tool-Holder
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Product Overview

The DAA Reloading-Press Tool-Holder is a practical and convenient way to hold those critical hex keys, spare parts and small tools you need to have easy access to you as you operate your reloading press. Made of durable glass-fiber reinforced nylon, and rubber paint coated for an attractive finish and feel. The tool holder is designed to mount onto the vertical case-feeder support pole on either a round or square 1” profile pipe, as used on the Dillon RL1100/1050/750/650 reloading presses. An adaptor piece is included, to be used when mounting to a round pipe. To mount, simply loosen the screws, fit over the pipe and tighten the screws. In the center of the tool-holder is a large cavity perfect for storing small spare parts such as die nuts, decapping pins, locator pins or tabs and so on. And in additional, an internal magnet is embedded in the side panel closest to the user, making it possible to hold other small metallic parts or tools, stuck to the outer surface of the tool holder! A truly versatile and super-convenient additional to any reloaders press.

Features

  • Made from durable glass-fiber reinforced nylon
  • Practical and convenient
  • Adaptor piece included for mounting to round pipe
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