Just won a auction for a Lee Anniversary Loading Kit


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offthepaper
August 4, 2007, 02:28 PM
Just got the notification of a won auction on Ebay for a Lee Anniversary Complete Loading Kit. Price was right ($66). I don't currently load, but it's something I've been contemplating for some time. And with the current ammo market, I figure for $66 plus some dies and componenets, this would be a cheap (that's important right now) introduction to see if this is something I actually want to persue. I love the old Milsurps, but even the surplus ammo is seemingly drying up. The one thing that has always prevented me from buying a K31 is the high cost of feeding it. Loading my own should take a bite out of such costs. right now my main interest in loading would be for 8mm, 30 cal (Garand), 9x19mm, 9x18mm, and I would like to possibly make something of a decent load in 54R for my Mosins to see if they could improve on their groupings. Looking forward to getting started after doing my reading and studies on it. I s there a particular loading manual anyone here with experience would suggest, as well as any instructional DVD's?
thanks.

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Hunter0924
August 4, 2007, 04:43 PM
I would get a copy of The ABCs of Reloading as well as a few quality manuals (I like Hornady, Sierra, and Lyman) and read then through before you begin.

sansone
August 4, 2007, 04:54 PM
now you've done it.. you'll be up late, talking to yourself, buying tools and gadgets galore. (but loving every minute of it).. THR always has friends eager to advise you. (whether you like it or not);)

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