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Old 02-09-2018, 12:18 AM   #35
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Originally Posted by gerryowen View Post
Too bad, got a RCBS Rockchucker here
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Originally Posted by SHUTUPANDTHINK View Post
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.
I like the Lee system. The single stage I started with decades ago was very consistent in quality. Just took a while. That's how my brother convinced me to go in with him on this outfit.....

https://www.midwayusa.com/product/78...ess-deluxe-kit

Added all the bells and whistles too, and a few other things like electronic scale, and all the die sets for our calibers and extra turrets. that was 8 sets of dies and turrets. Spent almost a grand on the whole setup.

Thing is, at this amount spent it would take us 1000's of rounds of each caliber to recoup the investment.
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