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In architecture, a turret (from Italian: torretta, little tower; Latin: turris, tower) is a small tower that projects vertically from the wall of a building such as a medieval castle. Turrets were used to provide a projecting defensive position allowing covering fire to the adjacent wall in the days of military fortification. As their military use faded, turrets were used for decorative purposes, as in the Scottish baronial style.
A turret can have a circular top with crenellations as seen in the picture at right, a pointed roof, or other kind of apex. It might contain a staircase if it projects higher than the building; however, a turret is not necessarily higher than the rest of the building; in this case, it is typically part of a room, that can be simply walked into – see the turret of Chateau de Chaumont on the collection of turrets, which also illustrates a turret on a modern skyscraper.
A building may have both towers and turrets; turrets might be smaller or higher but the difference is generally considered to be that a turret projects from the edge of the building, rather than continuing to the ground. The size of a turret is therefore limited by technology, since it puts additional stresses on the structure of the building. It would traditionally be supported by a corbel.
Helping a widow liquidate her late husband's (passed in 2010) reloading equipment. Thanks for taking a look.
All reloading die have been previously sold.
I have tried to set prices low with intent to clear out her garage and get you a great deal, if something is overpriced feel free to make an...
Single owner. One inch tube. No rings included. Does include see thru lens cover. MOA reticle with exposed tactical turret for dialing. Non-illuminated. 15.9 ounces.
Full disclosure-elevation turret has about a 1/2 click offset, shown in the photo. Vortex said they’d align it, but didn’t...
Lyman 6 Station Turret Press
The shaft goes up and down super easy and smooth. It is tight.
The turret moves freely and it is tight.
Has the pin for the primer arm and both sets of screws are there for the primer tube holder.
Memorial Day Special
FTF Fishers Landing Fred Meyer on se...
Selling my Lee set up , like new, comes with the press, Inline case kicker, ergo handle, Ultra mount, Lee pro auto disk powder measure, with double disk kit, Lee safety prime, turret holder, Lee rifle charging die, Lee auto disk riser.
All you need is add your dies and your off, OK I will add...
Bought this for my new turret press... still prefer to prime by hand.
Practically new in box, Its primed maybe 20 cases?
Includes everything needed to attach, both large and small primers.
There is even a handful of primers in one of the tubes.
would trade for:
BULLET MOLDS--> 158gr...
I'm considering adding a Mini Mr Bullet Feeder (MBF) to my Lee Classic Turret (LCT) Press for reloading 9mm and .45, and I have a couple of questions for you Reloaders Out There!
Have any LCT Press Users used the Mini MBF together and been pleased with the results?
Since most bullet feeders...
This is in excellent shape and functions smoothly. I'm only selling it because I finally bought a progressive press. I have the original box, instructions, and the 4 hole turret. I installed a UFO LT LED light so that you can see if the case has been charged.
I am also including the Lee Safety...
I'm thinking I want to go BDC etched, or BDC dials. That's not set in stone as of yet. I've looked around the web in search of what's available to give me more of an interest. The search, Nikon appears to be in the lead. If you know of other brands, I'd appreciate other suggestions for this type...
I have for sale a model #25 Redding, 6 station Turret press. This is the model that preceded the current T7 press that Redding currently sells. I got this from a buddy that got out of reloading and I just don’t use it often enough to justify the space it occupies on the bench. Press works great...
Lyman T-Mag turret press, older edition. Not much used, has sat around a lot. Comes with three turrets, primer catcher is there, basic paperwork. Some surface rust on one of the turrets that won't affect function. $50. Located near Everett, WA. Yes, I will ship, costs extra, be aware this...