Please help us support #justinsfinalmission by making a donation and get entry for the Inline Fabrication Ultra Mount with quick change plate give away. Also I am sending a prize pack to the person that makes the largest donation.
Hello everyone, this is my final set up for InLine Fabrication for my Lee Classic Turret Press. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me about it. Mario Mosin
In this video I am updating my Dillon XL 750 to the InLine Fabrication Ultra mount with the quick change plate from the Dillon Strong Mount. A quick comparison between the two. Squatch ReloadingThis channel focuses on the guy or gal who is thinking about getting into reloading. There is a lot of information out […]
Lee APP press with Inline Fabrication’s roller handle Andy79Z28
In this video we upgrade our reloading press with the InLine Fabrication side bin system for the Forster Co-Ax. I show a quick overview of the updates to my reloading bench using InLine Fabrication mounts.
After years of using an old Black & Decker 425 Workmate as a steel frame for a 1 1/2 inch thick plywood top (two 3/4 pieces glued and screwed together) for my portable reloading bench, I decided it was time to build a new one. While the 425 model does a fine job supporting my […]
Some more things from Inline Fabrication ThecrazyScotsmanI am a collector of Smith & Wesson Revolvers, in particular the Model 29 .44 Magnum and the Model 19 .357 Magnum. There is nothing like blued steel and wood grips my friends. I am a member of the Smith & Wesson Collectors Association as well the Ohio Gun […]
Hornady LnL Progressive Cranking Out 38 Special Hi all I am Mr.Revolverguy and I am a reload-a-holic. In my previous video you watched me load 6.5 Creedmoor on a single stage press, which is how I do all of my rifle rounds. Then you watched me use a Lee Classic Turret press to load up […]
4 Hole Lee Classic Turret Press Hi all I am Mr.Revolverguy and I am a reload-a-holic. In my previous video you watched me load 6.5 Creedmoor on a single stage press, which is how I do all of my rifle rounds. In this video I use a Lee Classic Turret press to load up some […]
Reloading 6.5 Creedmoor Beginning to End with Mr.Revolverguy Every day I see more and more people starting to reload for many different reasons. Naively, most think it is going to save them money. I have been reloading for over two decades and I too thought the exact same thing. I have come to realize and […]
So after much advice from many social platforms I’ve decided to choose In-Line Fabrication’s Ultra Mount. I felt this mount was going to be the best option for my current setup. Here is a quick video on the setup using time lapse to keep viewers interested. Hey it also helped that I used a 15% off coupon from eBay for this purchase. Thanks for all you guys advice ( & pictures) in giving me pros & cons between Dillon’s Strong Mount vs In-Line Fabrication’s Mounts. Thanks for stopping by.
New mount from inline fabrication great company that does a really good job, not paid or sponsored by them just very impressed.
Loading up some test rounds did about a dozen to take to the range today and test for function thanks to Willie Bulletman
Inline Fabrication Roller Handle for Lee Classic Turret
Thank you for joining us here on The Reloaders Network. I'm sure glad you made it and good luck to those of you that came over to register for The Inline Fabrication T-Shirt giveaway. In this video we assemble the inline fabrication products we unboxed in the previous video. In addition we are doing a t-shirt/ hat giveaway from inline fabrication. If you are want to enter the giveaway comment on this video giving me your screen name and which item you would prefer and what size if applicable.
In this video we unbox an inline fabrication ultramount junior quick change and dedicated press mount as well as inline fabrications flush mount. Shipping only took three days and everything was exquisitely packed and protected. This video will be followed up with an assembly and giveaway announcement video. Thank you for watching.
Reloading Bench Project