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Old 12-18-2013, 11:06 PM   #1
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Today at the LGS the wife let me pick up all the equipment to start reloading. I bought a Lee Anniversary Reloading Kit, 2nd edition modern reloading manual by Richard Lee, RCBS bullet puller, Hornady calibers, 2 reloading trays, hornady case lube, & Lee reloading dies for 9mm, 45acp, 40sw, 30-30 win, & 223 Remington. It cost a total of $425 w/ my military discount I feel like I made out w/ good deal.

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Old 12-19-2013, 01:42 AM   #2
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Today at the LGS the wife let me pick up all the equipment to start reloading. I bought a Lee Anniversary Reloading Kit, 2nd edition modern reloading manual by Richard Lee, RCBS bullet puller, Hornady calibers, 2 reloading trays, hornady case lube, & Lee reloading dies for 9mm, 45acp, 40sw, 30-30 win, & 223 Remington. It cost a total of $425 w/ my military discount I feel like I made out w/ good deal.
Sounds good. Read up prior to starting and be safe!
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So one of the due sets I bought was a 10mm die set they said I could use it for reloading my 40sw is this true & whats different using the 10mm set.

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It cost a total of $425 w/ my military discount I feel like I made out w/ good deal.
I'd say you did well.

Congrats and welcome to the addiction.

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So one of the due sets I bought was a 10mm die set they said I could use it for reloading my 40sw is this true & whats different using the 10mm set.
I have not done 40 or 10, but would guess its about like 38 spl and 357 mag. The difference for the dies is setting them up for the different length. My lee 38 spl die instructions tell me what to do differently to set them up for 357 mag.
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