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lee 50th anniversary

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by zsill7, Apr 30, 2008.

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  1. zsill7

    zsill7 Member

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    im about to get into reloading and i was wondering what everyone thinks about this set (or just this new breech lock system) or if anyone has it. it seemes like its pretty much a beginner set so i was looking into it.
     
  2. Vacek

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    I have the breech lock system along with dies for my 45 Colt and Swede. Awesome press. I like being able to switch out the dies so quickly. When you order it, make sure you get extra breach adapter so you are not paying extra shipping when you realize you want more.
     
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    I don't care what you say, you can't beat Lee for the money, I have the Classic Cast and the Classic Cast turret press and they work great.
    You can spent five times the price but won't get any better ammo with other equipment.
    I have been loading for 50 years.
    Floydster
     
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    not bash the awesomeness of a single stage but for just a little more you could pick up the turret press from lee. If you are going to load handgun/223 at all (lots o' ammo) a lee turret is the way to go. It can also do all levels of rifle brass except 50 bmg I think...
    Kempfs... the best place ever for lee turrets
     
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