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from Arlington Texas on
Mar 8, 2012 Pros:Still looking Cons: Everything else Would recommend: no
The manual for this stand is available online. I've got a Forster Co-Ax press. It is a substantial single-stage press. The instructions said it would work with this stand. A template was included with the stand to drill holes in the plastic top plate. I was concerned, because it looked like they would land almost directly on the plastic cross bracing underneath. I was very precise in my drilling and there is absolutely no way to apply the required nuts or washers (not supplied). the stand is also terribly out of balance with the Co-Ax on it. So, I write Frankford Arsenal about the issues. They suggested changing the mounting location closer to the edge. If this thing is out of balance now, I do not have any desire to see it with that suggestion. They said it may have problems with the larger multi-stage presses. Hello? Single-stage, and again, I'm following YOUR drilling template. So, then they said I always have the option to return it. I call up my friends here and ask if I can return it once I've drilled holes in it. Nope, didn't think so. So now frankford Arsenal is going to present it to the product developers. Woooeeeee, that's gonna help me. What I'm going to do is get rid of every piece of Frankford Arsenal junk (and it's all plastic anyway - this stand, the tumbler, and a few other things I have. I'll be buying another brand to replace everything.
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