Lee die riser and a hand primer since the safety prime can be kind of annoying.
Lee tube of toothpaste case lube
How do you plan on priming cases?
How do you plan on dispensing powder?
I shoot winter brass if it looks good structurally. Winter brass is still better than once fired nickle plated crap in my opinion.
In the supposed picture of him, he appeared to have a ruger 10/22.
lee dies, presses, hand primer, powder measures
Rcbs case swager, bullet puller
redding powder measure, scale, case trimmer
I prefer dry tumbling with zilla walnut pet bedding.
I think one in 45 win mag would be fun, I would rather have a semi auto for the smaller calibers.
Nice find, if you get the chance please post some pictures of the groups.
I would use rig grease to cover metal parts.
Try sanding the decapping rod or lightly marring it with a par of pliers.
Not that I know of, a company called cdi makes bottom metal and their ai mags tho.
In general I would say they are worth it, I often find good deals if I really look and haggle. The dealers seem to be a bit high price on powder,...
A lee precision single stage press is $67 shipped on amazon, I would spend the extra money to get it.
I would clean out the die and start over. I use a q tip to spread a thin layer over the body and inside the neck.
The only pistol case I would buy new is the zinc coated stuff, since that stuff seems to split after reloading it one time. Otherwise range brass...
Some sandpaper or a pliers lightly maring the surface of the pin works well on lee decappers and lyman has good reloading data since they do there...
Yup each charge is weighed, I use the lee scoops to get close to my desired weight and trickle the rest. I use a rcbs powder trickler which works...
I use green dot and could never get the lee autodisc to drop it accurately so I use the lee scoops and a powder trickler. Just shove a powder...
It seems like they price it high and sit on them till deer season rolls around, people buy them to use for the season and sell after at the same...
I've been using green dot, going to try hs6 next.
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