How do you store your LoadMaster Reloading plates


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JohnMcD348
February 1, 2008, 08:58 PM
For those out there who use the Lee LoadMaster, I was wondering if you have different calibers and want switch out by changing the whole top portion, what do you do to store the die setup kinda like the cases that Dillon sells for their quick change adapters. I'm setup right now for .45ACP but have dies for .380, .357, .38 and .30carbine. I plan to get teh other equipment (plates, holder, etc) for the conversion setup and want to be able to set it and forget it. But I want to keep the setups protected when not in use.

What do you folks out there use?


Thanks

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evan price
February 2, 2008, 09:13 AM
I store my Lee Pro1K set-up turrets in a Rubbermaid plastic box with a snap on lid. A little foam rubber to keep them from knocking around and it slides onto a shelf (or under the couch in my case).

41 Mag
February 2, 2008, 10:18 AM
Not sure of the diameter of them but for my RCBS 4x4 I have used the plastic screw together storage boxes for years. You might find them at craft stores or Wally world. I think I actually got mine from K-Mart when they were still open up here. ANyway here are a couple of links to what they look like,
http://www.michaels.com/online/images/product/large/bd0022.jpg

http://www.craftsetc.com/assets/item/large/220889.jpg

THey work fine and the disk fit down in them just right. Your might be a little bigger or smaller but should work. Then just label the outsides with the plate number and your good to go. Might also print out a plate to caliber chart to put inside a cabinet door for quick ID as well.

Hope this helps.

ammopoor
February 3, 2008, 04:44 PM
I'm not sure if the loadmaster is like the turret 4 hole press but the Lee 3 die sets come in case that once your turret and dies are set up will fit back in case on turret. You can buy the case seperate for 3.79 at grafs. Hope it helps

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