I'd still like to know..
Just what the heck is a "Sako top punch"?
Any chance you're wondering about a Saeco top punch? Saeco is/was a manufacturer of bullet moulds, sizing dies & the like. Along with Lyman & RCBS, they marketed lubricating/sizing machines for cast bullets. Each of the three manufactured top punches for their machines (& not coincidentally, the other 2) that were an AA fit to the nose of each of the projectiles that they sold moulds for. The top punch is the shiny dohicky you can see just under the round medallion on the green sizer down the page: http://paubeaa024.blog.com/2011/08/2...et-mold-chart/
I recall that one of the big three bought them out.
I thought it was the recoil from a Sako TRG in 338 Lapua Magnum.
Just had a well duh moment. I had not considered the spelling of Sako to be used for Saeco. I am at this very moment within sight of a Saeco Lubri-sizer for cast bullets, a very well made tool.
saeco(say-ko) for cast bullet tools...
sako(soc-ko) (or improper say-ko) for rifles and such...
ahh the issues with how one pronounces a word....
yep he had me confused too.
mike in co
Last edited by mike in co; 07-27-2012 at 06:43 PM.
And Seiko is a watch made in Japan.
...and elsewhere in Asia.
Originally Posted by John S
AAAHHHHHH. I am at peace.
Must be a slow day