Note: Half-inch yellow square tab is a anti-rust agent--keep with dies. We suggest that you clean the dies’ inside surfaces using a
patch saturated with gun-cleaning solvent. This will help to prevent scratching of your dies and cases. Clean and inspect all cases
before resizing. Dispose of split or separated cases. Check the case length and trim to length if necessary. Chamfer the sharp corners
of trimmed cases with a Forster Deburring Tool.
With the shellholder at...
INSTRUCTIONS AND PARTS LIST
Thank you for purchasing a Forster Precision Product. Please wear safety glasses.
Forster Catalogs are available upon request.
010631-001 Rev. 1
FEATURES OF THE
You will never get powder grains
between the cut-off faces of the
®Powder Measure. If
these faces wear, you need only to
tighten the airplane lock nut on the
BULLET PULLER INSTRUCTIONS
The Forster Bullet Puller has a 7/8” x 14” thread to fit any standard loading press. A
carefully made, hardened steel collet makes the difference between this and the other
Pullers on the market. The pull of the loading press actually tightens the collet’s grip on
the bullet as it is removed. This sure grip lowers the chances of damaging the bullet.
Note — This bullet puller is not intended for use with the Co-Ax
®Press. Use the
Forster Superfast Bullet Puller with the...
CASE GRAPHITER INSTRUCTIONS
Fasten the base of the Graphiter to a loading bench or block of wood for stability. Level off graphite powder in the base of
the Case Graphiter. Slide the empty case up and down on the proper-sized brush (the three brushes will accommodate all
popular calibers). This cleans and lubricates the case neck. Replace the cover when the Graphiter is not in use. Wipe the
white mica (graphite) off the outside diameter of the case necks to prevent scratching...
CO-AX®CASE AND CARTRIDGE INSPECTOR INSTRUCTIONS
Improve your shooting accuracy by fine-tuning your cases and cartridges. Bench rest shooters, sharp shooters, varmint
hunters and all types of marksmen, for that matter, expend effort to make their cartridge cases consistent. The Inspector will
handle from .22 caliber to 45-70 cartridges. The Inspector is unique in that it supports the work in a manner which checks
bullet and case alignment in relation to the centerline (axis) of the...
Owner’s Instruction Manual For
Forster Co-Ax® Press
Fine Rifle and Pistol Reloading Tool
SUCH A PLEASURE TO USE, ONCE YOU HAVE LOADED YOUR CASES YOULL WANT TO
PULL THE BULLETS AND RELOAD THEM OVER AGAIN. ITS HARD TO BELIEVE THE
FANTASTIC CLAIMS WE MAKE FOR THIS PRESS. BUT, ONCE YOU TRY IT, YOULL SE\
WHAT WE MEAN. CHECK OUT THESE GREAT FEATURES FROM A TO Z...A. Powerful Leverage... 40:1 mechanical advantage as the handle moves th\
rough a full 180
B. Snap-In and...
This product is supplied with: Shellholder Jaws (028271-016), Large Primer Tube only for Primer Seater (011521-
011LG), Small Primer Tube only for Primer Seater (011521-011SM), Primer Assembly, Large for Primer Seater
(011521-101), Primer Unit, Small for Primer Seater (011521-100).
Select either the large or small priming assembly and set it in place by coming from the back of the tool. Move the
assembly forward so that the front end is even with the milled surface the...
Case-neck turning is standard practice for all types of shooters these days. If your cases have .002
or more of wall variation, neck turning undeniably delivers you some of the greatest accuracy return
on your investment in handloading time. The Forster Handheld Outside Neck Turner is easily adjust-
ed to remove brass from the thick side of case neck walls. A case-holder handle is included.
z CARBIDE NECK THICKNESS CUTTER —This long-life, smooth-cutting carbide is preci-
sion ground with...
Bullets are hollowpointed for improved expansion on impact. Hollowpointed rounds are very effective for hunting.
Hand-drilled hollowpoints expand better than factory-molded hollowpoints. Hollowpoints also may be used to fine-
tune bullet weights for more accurate loads. This case trimmer accessory may be used on factory or hand-loaded
ammo. It may be used with the Original Forster Hand Trimmer, the Classic Trimmer, or the Power Case Trimmer.
The Forster Neck Reamer will remove excess brass from the inside neck walls of cartridge cases.
High-grade tool steel and a staggered-tooth design enable the Forster Neck Reamer to cut brass
smoothly without chatter. Forster Neck Reamers are ground .0025”-.003” larger than maximum bul-
let diameter, therefore neck reaming should be done after the case has been fired with a full
load and before the neck or full length sizing operation.
Begin by fastening your...
When a loaded round no longer has a clearance of .002” to .003” between the neck and the chamber of the
gun, it becomes necessary to reduce the thickness of the neck wall to reestablish the original clearance. This
can be accomplished with the conventional inside neck reamer, which will establish the required clearance but
not necessarily produce neck walls of even thickness. This prompted the development of the Outside Neck
Turning accessory, which will produce neck walls of even thickness and desired...
POWER ADAPTER INSTRUCTIONS
This simple-to-use device screws onto the cutter shaft of your
Forster Case Trimmer in place of the hand crank. The adapter
functions best with a cordless screwdriver that has an RPM of
140 or higher. It also may be used with a small power drill. If
using a power drill, it must be support-
ed so that all of its weight is not on
your Trimmer cutter shaft.
Begin by removing the crank handle
assembly from your Trimmer cutter
shaft. The crank screws off in a...
The Primer Pocket Cleaner is a scraper-type tool used to clean out the powder residue left in primer
pockets after firing. The Primer Pocket Chamfering Tool will chamfer the corners of the pocket to the
desired depth. It will remove most, if not all, of the crimp in military brass.
CAUTION — Remove only the crimp from the primer pocket. Excessive chamfering can short-
en the wall of the primer pocket that holds the primer in place.
Begin by fastening your Forster Case Trimmer to a bench or board to...
All Forster Sizing Dies feature the elevated expander ball.
Because of this, it is not possible to raise the decapping rod
enough to use an R.C.B.S.-type stuck case remover. Forster
engineers have developed a simple, inexpensive stuck case
remover that will work on our own sizing dies as well as the
R.C.B.S., Pacific, Lee, Lyman, and other standard loading dies.
Please see the other side for
instructions on how to use the Case Remover.
STUCK CASE REMOVER INSTRUCTIONS
SUPERFAST BULLET PULLER INSTRUCTIONS
With the Bullet Puller positioned in the press, run the cartridge upward\
into the shellholder until
the jaws firmly grip on the taper of the bullet. At this point, the bullet should be held tightly by
the jaws. To prevent damage * to your puller be sure the mouth of the case only lightly con-
tacts the under side of the pullers spring steel jaws. Reverse the shellholder travel (down-
ward). This pulls the bullet. To remove the bullet,...