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New! Lee Load Master Website. Other Lee Products too! New Forum for Lee Products!

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by benedict1, Feb 5, 2008.

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  1. benedict1

    benedict1 Member

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    Announcement: There is a new website devoted to the Lee Load Master progressive loading press and other Lee products. You will find many useful videos for setup and operation and trouble shooting of the Load Master.


    http://loadmastervideos.com/

    The website is sponsored by Darwin-T who has produced some of the videos to be found there. Most of the videos have been collected from You Tube and other web sources. They will solve just about any issue involving set up and operation.

    You will also find a link on the upper left hand side of the home page that takes you to the new forum associated with this website—

    http://forums.loadmastervideos.com/forums/

    Other Lee products are dealt with too. There is a small section re: The Lee Classic Turret Press and the Lee Safety Prime System. Useful links are given to very good set up and trouble shooting sites for this press too.

    Please register and become a member of this forum so you can bring your questions, problems and view many of the existing solutions that folks have with the Load Master.

    There are other useful links listed, not the least of which is –

    http://negligentdischarge.com/

    This one is scary and is a lesson for us all. Thanks to Darwin for his honesty and commitment to gun safety. No one wants to see an accident like this happen again!

    When the Load Master is running smoothly it is the best value in reloading., IMHO. When someone is having trouble it can be a real nuisance. Fortunately, most of the issues with a Load Master can be fixed very simply with the help of the videos or by getting help from some of the very knowledgeable people who are helping to get this website going.

    Take a look, join up and have some fun!

    PS—I know Darwin deeply appreciates the financial help that some of the guys on Glock Talk provided to him after his recent accident. He has used some of that money to get the website going and he asked me to say “Thanks to you all!”
     
  2. Joemyxplyx

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    OK, good deal. I'm registered. I've got a Classic Turret and a Classic Cast single stage. I'm always open to new edeas.
     
  3. benedict1

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    Anybody with ideas or fixes for LM or Classic Turret Press is sure welcome. There is a wealth of information out there on THR!
     
  4. JohnMcD348

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    Wow! Bandwitch exceeded already.

    I was just thinking about something like that a few days ago.
     
  5. benedict1

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    The website is a work in progress. Darwin has been informed and will work on this. Sorry--more popular than anyone thought.
     
  6. darwin-t

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    I apologize for the bandwidth problem. When I was setting them up I asked about bandwidth. I was told

    At 06:32 PM 1/30/2008 +1100, you wrote:
    Hi,

    Bandwidth includes everything that goes in to your site (eg upload, emails) and everything coming out (eg webpages). We don't put any fixed monthly limit on bandwidth so you don't need to worry about exceeding your bandwidth.

    Please let us know if you have any other questions.

    Regards,

    END QUOTE

    I'm trying to sort this out with them.
     
  7. darwin-t

    darwin-t Member

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    I got it fixed. We won't have to worry about THAT any more.
     
  8. deafsg1

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    Darwin!

    Can you add in a subforum for the Lee Load-All II shotshell press? I use this one, and I have a couple of ideas that I use on this, such as how to change the powder bushing without emptying the hopper and making "bushing spacers" to vary powder throws based on changing weather conditions and density characteristics from lot to lot.
     
  9. darwin-t

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    Done. Post away!
     
  10. Wittenmeyer

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    Darwin,

    Your posting at your Lee web site does not work. When I click on "Submit" It hangs, and then tells me that it's a PHP script and ask if I want to open it with KWrite. Also, the Preview results in a 404 and 500 (internal server). Please fix this, as I have a good intro post that needs to go under the Lee Load-All II forum.

    Thanks!
     
  11. Wittenmeyer

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    Thanks for fixing it, Darwin!
     
  12. benedict1

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    The forum is up and running well with over a 100 posts and 30 + members. Come take a look and join if the Load Master or the Classic Turret Press are your "go to" reloaders. Or if you might want to get one.
     
  13. darwin-t

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    I'm adding links to the links frame for places to buy a Load Master. I could use help finding more places - post here or on the forum there.

    Thanks.
     
  14. Groundhog92614

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    post relocated
     
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