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Reloading .410 on a Lee Loadall?

Discussion in 'Shotguns' started by yesit'sloaded, Nov 5, 2007.

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  1. yesit'sloaded

    yesit'sloaded Member

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    I want to know if this is even possible. A local gun store is selling a Lee Loadall and I want to know if I can reload .410 with it. It would be the only shell I reload since I already have a flat or two of 20 stashed away. I'm a casual skeet and trap shooter and I'm tired of paying $10 a box for .410. (mods feel free to move to reloading if more appropriate)
     
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    Most of the Loadalls are made for 20 or 12 gauge. They work OK for those gauges as long as you aren't going into production (more than a few boxes at a time). I have never seen one made for .410. Looking at their catalog recently, I didn't see Lee selling anything to load .410.
     
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    I thought they might have a .410 adapter sleeve or something I didn't know about. Thanks.
     
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    Lee hasn't made the Loadall for .410 in a while. MEC reloaders are good. I have had my MEC for about 10 years now and have reloaded countless boxes of .410 shells with it.
     
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