Non-springing hi-density annealed cast iron frame
Up or down
stroke action in one tool
of all reloading jobs, including bullet swaging
station loading operation to eliminate changing of dies
left handed press operation
The pacific Super Mag
Reloading tool was designed to accommodate the needs of the reloader who loads
considerable amounts of ammunition in many calibers. The mag incorporates
three station loading. You do not have to interchange dies during the
One of the unique advantages
of the Super Mag is the advanced design of the up or down stroke action.
The links incorporated in the tool are attached to the top of the frame.
When in operation, this will create a force downward on the dies equal to the
upward force of the rams. This type of action keeps the dies in perfect
concentricity with the rams at all times.
PROCEDURE FOR CHANGING SUPER
MAG FROM UP STROKE TO DOWN STROKE
The Pacific Mag is a highly
versatile reloading tool. By following the simple procedure outlined
below, you can easily change your tool to either up or down stroke action,
whichever is desired. It is easily operated by a left or right handed
1. Remove handle (SM-1)
2. Remove locking plates (SM-6) located on both links (SM-5) by
removing screws (9-1212B)
3. Remove link pin
4. Unthread set screw
located on toggle block and remove toggle pin (SM-8)
5. Reverse toggle block
(SM-12) and reassemble links and link pin. (See Fig. 2) Replace lock
plate (SM-6) and tighten.
6. Place rams into slots
provided in toggle block and insert toggle pin (SM-8), making sure the slot
milled in pin corresponds with set screw located in toggle block.
7. Replace handle into
hole provided (See fig. 3)
Your Pacific Super Mag
reloading tool comes complete with shell holder rams, toggle block and primer
arm completely assembled, except for the handle.
The instructions below are for
reloading rifle cartridges with the Pacific two-die rifle set. When using
the three-die pistol set, the sizing, expanding, and decapping is done with
Securely mount your Pacific
tool on a sturdy bench.
Install essential reloading
parts - shell holder heads, reloading dies and automatic primer feed if desired.
Clean and inspect ALL cases to
be loaded. Lubricate all cases with Pacific case sizing lubricant.
Do not lubricate excessively since this may cause bent or buckled cases.
Place case to be reloaded in
shell holder head and move handle causing shell holder to force case into sizing
die. This operation removes old primer and resizes fired cases to correct
Pace proper size primer into
primer arm cup, base down. Push primer arm all the way into slot in shell
Move handle in opposite
direction to remove resized case form size die. This operation also
reprimes cases. Allow primer arm to move back into original position.
Continue movement of handle to remove case from size die, expanding neck.
Check case length, and trim
with Pacific case trimmer if necessary.
Charge case with proper amount
of powder using one of Pacific's powder measures or powder scales.
Place charged case into proper
shell holder opposite seating die, and place bullet over mouth of case.
Move handle causing shell holder to push case and bullet into seating die; this
operation seats bullets.
Remove all lubricant from
cartridge before firing.
When swaging bullets use the
middle station in the Super Mag Press. This is advisable because of the
ease of accessibility to the ram, when handling the smaller swaged bullets.