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Old 01-29-2011, 02:00 AM   #21
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"I found a Lee Classic Turret Press marked down to $79, plus 20% off. I opened a Cabelas Visa account (yea, I prob coulda passed it up) and got 20% more off, so I think the press ended up costing me a bit over $50."

You have an excellant and versatile press, at any price. Getting it for that price is a fabulous deal!

The supposed effect of the die head "canting" is well limited by the way the head is supported. Any appearant tiny tangent alignment differences on a turret press of any brand are well controlled by the cases being firmly held inside the dies, case alignment is not dependant on the shell holder.
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Old 01-30-2011, 03:16 PM   #22
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Quote: new guys keep buying up all the bullets I need.
no worry about the newbs hogging the bullets if you come to the darkside...casting your own, that is, tango. anything that lessens dependence on others!

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