Posted 05 April 2012 - 01:56 PM
I have one that I use for 9mm and .40 S&W, I recommend getting the case feeder and the powder cop or the RCBS lock out die... The powder cop makes it easy to monitor the powder charge but I still visually check every case before seating a bullet... The RCBS die will lock up the press if the case is over or under charged
The case feeder works great and it allows you to concentrate on other things while speeding up the work... I have their bullet feeder too but I haven't set that up yet...
I use a Lee classic turret press for my .45 ACP's and .223, .308 amd 7.62X54R rifle rounds, but I use the Hornady powder measure on the Lee press and the Lee auto disk on the LnL
It sounds like your off to a good start, hopefully you wont go off the deep end like I did, and you wont really save any $$$ reloading, but you will shoot more
Edited by Steve O, 05 April 2012 - 01:58 PM.
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