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Old 02-08-2018, 02:01 PM   #34
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Originally Posted by BurntBulb View Post
Anybody here use a Lee reloader?
Got a 4 piece Lee deluxe die set for the .45ACP/ .45 auto rim
and a Lee 4-hole quick change turret I'll sell cheap.
Hardly used, because it was 2nd/spare set.

My brother and I were into reloading some years back, but he and a friend reloading some 9mm really screwed up and ruined 2 guns with under loads and way overloaded shells. My brother's friend was lucky he didn't loose any fingers!

I took that as a message from the gods, and I stopped reloading.
Sold my 1/2 interest to my brother and this is what I got left.
Thought I had a box of .45 FMJ bullets, but I can't find them.
I'm mean, how do you lose a 500 count box of bullets down in the basement!!!

Anyway if anybody is interested, PM me, we'll work out something.
I've got a Rockchucker single stage, so I can't use it.

I originally started out using a Lee Classic Reloader for my .303 British. That thing is actually a really good tool especially for the .303, due to the fact many milsurp Enfields have excessive head space. The Lee Classic only neck sizes which decreases case stress and makes for a better chamber fit too.
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