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Old 08-13-2012, 09:35 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by groovy mike
This is all you need plus powder, primer, projectiles and your fired brass. $26.49 in equipment plus the componants toa ssemble.
Wow nice. But being so cheap is it worth buying it and having it not perform well. Should i just save up and buy something a little more expensive?
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Old 08-13-2012, 09:45 PM   #12
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The 'wack a mole' Lee is great... I have three (I think, someplace).

My view is to pick up a 'plain jane' 'O', single stage press. Used is good, not much to hurt. I've had and used a 'C&H' offset 'O' press for 60 years. Much simpler to work up test loads with. The progressive is for set/proven loads.

'Lee' tools are not over built, they do well and are less expensive than others.

Figure out what you thing will fit your needs before you buy.

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