I bought two old Herters lubesizers that are near Saeco clones. They were completely refurbished and look brand new.
Since I am not a machinist and can't find anything over the counter to make work, I need help in making this for me. I need 2 of these to adapt old Herters lube sizers to accept Lyman/RCBS top punches. It can be made of aluminum, brass, steel, it doesn't matter. The center hole needs to accept the top punch shank (my measurement may not be accurement).
These old tools that are very close to Saeco lubesizers. Although they use Herters sizer dies ( which are hard to find), they are easily adapted to use Saeco dies with just using a Saeco die locking ring. The top punch is the only hang-up for the conversion.
Keep in mind I will be having surgery at 6:00am Monday morning and may not be able to respond for several days.
David Reiss - NRA Life Member & PSC Range Member Retired Police Firearms Instructor/Armorer
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