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  1. Reloading
    I am getting ready to start reloading for the first time with a Lee Classic Turret press so please excuse a possibly dumb question. I used a Lee depriming/decapping die to deprime the 5.56 brass prior to tumbling. From what I understand, after resizing the brass, you are supposed to measure...
  2. Reloading
    For those interested I made an adapter to fit my RCBS Primer pocket swager 2 onto my Lee classic turret press. It consist of 2 machine bushings ( fancy washers ) and one washer. The machine bushings were cut to fit around the primer arm base. The machine bushings have an I.d. of 1 - 1/8 and...
  3. Reloading
    Well I've been reloading for a little while and my bench is in the garage with a hornady lnl ap & Lee classic turret, but in the winter months I freeze my butt off. So I'm looking for a third press for my basement don't want to break the bank and go blue. Something midrange, most likely toward...
  4. AR - [Rifles]
    A rifle scopes is a piece of equipment that magnifies distant the targets and surrounding objects appears to be larger or to what you want to aim. It is recommended for a safer, more accurate shooting in the field that deals on the range. There are different types of rifle scopes that are used...
  5. Reloading
    This cheap micrometer from Lee is surprisingly accurate. Very easy to adjust and gives repeatable results. Forget the SILLY VMD chart and stupid disk measures for most if not all loads. Very nice accessory for this press. It really helps ease the pain
  6. Reloading
    After months of dealing with the Lee loadmaster, I finally got it to run great with pistol calibers, not so good with rifle. I was in the middle of loading a batch of .223 last night and my indexing (plastic tip broke) i ordered 2 replacements last night seeing as if it broke once it will again...
  7. Reloading
    With the new year, might as well upgrade I'm a fan of Lee stuff. Was looking at the lee 4 hole turret with auto indexing. The kit includes press, powder drop, disks and primer tool. What else is needed for this kit? I'm assuming I'll pick up the powder riser to clear the primer tool. Does it...
  8. Reloading
    Question 1 I have done a lot of research on what kind of press I want, need, and can afford. I finally decided on the Lee Classic Turret press kit. I think it's a good deal for a beginner like me, and is within the price range that I can afford. One of my best friends has the Dillon 550B, and I...
  9. Reloading
    I have a old lee turret press that I want to get set up. I have plenty of reloading experience but not with this reloader. My main problem is with the primer set up. It is a very different style than I am used to. I think I am missing parts to make it work but I'm not sure. When I look up the...
  10. Reloading
    So I have a Lee turret press that I am going to be setting up and I just need a couple of things. I can easily get them online but figured I would see if any LIFer's have the stuff floating around. Rather pay you than an online retailer. I am looking for a primer feeding assembly, a powder feed...
  11. Reloading
    So kept getting annoyed at the round wooden ball falling off of my Lee Classic Turret press, so decided to get a proper handle..... But I am Scottish and notoriously cheap! So off I went to Home Depot and bought a 1/2" split tube hanger and a 5" bolt (3/8" diameter). I then cut a piece off an...
  12. Reloading
    Looking to start reloading, picked up the ABC's of reloading and now need to get a press. Right now I'm shooting 9mm, 38 special, 223/556, 30-06, 7.62x54r and hoping to add a 308 to that soon as well. I was thinking of either the redding turret press or either the hornady lock n load or a...
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