RCBS Reloading has been around and well known since I started reloading they were good then as they are now and they stay there through good engineering and product quality. I am just getting set up in the retirement home we bought and want to build a big reloading bench and computer desk that is eight feet long and floor to ceiling.
I really miss having the RCBS Rock Chucker set up I just have a temporary computer table and Rubbermaid shelving. After reloading bullets with RCBS reloading products for 20 + years I can say they may not be the best at everything but it’s not from lack of trying. The value in their products has become a standard that people measure the quality of all reloading products. I have a few RCBS die sets and a Rock Chucker Press and I am not sure what else as I do not have time to inventory it all. I nave not had trouble with any of it that I can remember. I still load a few hundred rounds per year. I have cut back because I do not have a gun for varmints.
Update: still no reloading table but I have done a lot more research on reloading and still have no reloading bench set up for my rock-chucker press, well the bench is built but I want to find a good set of top cupboards to fit the reloading bench/office I now have. I still have teenagers around so I like to have a lock up top cupboard just to keep the curious ones from killing then selves with what they should know that to fool with. The way I see this problem is I can train my own children but they bring home friends and they may have no clue about such things. Check out this resource, reloading bullets RCBS
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