.40AET Posted March 4, 2004 Share Posted March 4, 2004 I put the 2 springs on the powder measure tonight. Before hooking up the return rod, I put in a case and cycled the press to see what would happen. The case actuated the powder measure and the springs brought the measure back to the "home" position. I only tested 20 rounds, but it worked great. Before I hose it all up, is there any reason to put the return bar back in? The bellcrank is doing it's job and the anti-return cam is just hangin' out not doin' anything. Thanks for any input, Kirk Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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