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Improving the Priming System of the Lee Load Master--Great Videos

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by benedict1, Jul 30, 2007.

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  1. benedict1

    benedict1 Member

    Jun 12, 2006
    Southern **********
    In the past year I have seen several complaints about the priming system on Lee Loadmaster Reloading presses on this forum and in others. I am posting the following links to some most excellent videos made by a fellow who goes by shadowdog500 on You Tube. He also inhabits several forums as a regular member.

    A number of us have contributed to the information base about the priming system. If the suggestions in these videos are followed the path to sure and
    accurate priming with a Load Master is open. I have used these suggestions
    and have improved the priming with my press to perfection. I recommend them to you highly.

    Lee Loadmaster primer system Video 1 of 3

    Lee Loadmaster primer system Video 2 of 3

    Lee Loadmaster primer system Video 3 of 3

    Any suggestions for improvement or new ideas ought to be sent to shadowdog500 on You Tube. He is the guiding spirit of our little group, has done all the animation and video work and we all thank him for his great efforts.

    If you lose these links, or can’t remember where you saw them in the future, just search on shadowdog500, or copy this link http://www.youtube.com/user/shadowdog500 and save it for his complete list of videos.

    Another set of primary videos has been made by Darwin Te at this link http://www.youtube.com/user/DarwinTe These are the basic set up/operating videos for a Load Master.

    Finally, of course, there are several good videos at www.leeprecision.com provided by the Lee company. Keep an eye on their website because new instructional videos for various products are in the works, to be released in the next few months.
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