Enhancements for the RCBS Pro 2000 Progressive Reloading Press.
|Component Recovery Cup (SKU: T1668)Component Recovery Cup™ separates powder from bullet and case when pulling bullets. Powder drains directly back into powder measure hopper for immediate reuse.||Foam Grip (SKU: T1527)This foam grip cushions your hand yet provides good "feel" when seating primers. Fits both the Plastic and Aluminum Dillon Roller Handles … as well as most other press handles that are approximately 1" diameter and 4" to 5" long.||Loaded Round Counter (SKU: T1555)The UniqueTek Loaded Round Counter is an electronic counter for your Dillon press that counts only successfully loaded rounds ... not just press cycles. Can also be used on many other reloading presses that have: 1) Have a Crimp Die with an open top, and 2) Have a primer tube or similar place on which to mount the LCD Display Module.||Primer System Tag (SKU: T1747)This Primer System Tag clips onto the primer feed system housing and gives you a 1″ x 3″ area upon which you can write the primer type. Comes bundled with 100 Jewelry Tags to label your Primer Pickup Tubes.|
|RCBS Die Wrench (SKU: T1560)The best and last die wrench you'll ever need for 1-3/16″ RCBS die lock rings. Box ends for maximum strength. Thin walled to easily fit between closely spaced dies. Double-ended to fit both 1-3/16″ and 1-1/8″ Die Lock Rings.||The Bin-Dam (SKU: T1359)The Bin-Dam™ fits into the front of the Cartridge Collection Bin for Dillon, LEE and RCBS reloading presses. It keeps rounds from rolling out and onto the floor when the bin gets near full. Allows use of 100% of bin's capacity. Available in three sizes to fit the cartridge collection bins for SDB/550/650 presses, the 1050 press, and for the SL 900 Shotshell Loader.||Toolhead Clamp Kit (SKU: T1230)The UniqueTek Toolhead Clamp Kit™ enables your Dillon 550, 650 and 750 toolheads, and RCBS Pro 2000®/Piggyback™ -3 & -4 dieplates, to be CLAMPED into the press frame. This corrects the loose fit between the toolhead and press frame, thus reducing OAL variation and improving die-to-shellplate alignment.|