Originally Posted by The_Vigilante
From doing a lot of reading on the various forums regarding the Lee Bullet Feeder, I would say don't waste your money on it-more trouble than it is worth. Fingers on the bullet feeder aren't strong enough to hold the .40 bullets.
DITTO!! When I was using a Lee Loadmaster, I bought the .40 caliber bullet feeder and The Vigilante is perfectly correct. The fingers that hold the bullet are plastic and are too flimsy for the job. The bullets kept just falling out of the fingers. Then the times that it did work, the fingers would rub against the bottom of the bullet seat die and get deformed. If you decide to buy one anyway, just be sure to buy a dozen or so of the fingers to have them on hand to replace every 100 or so bullets. As for the length of the .40 cal bullet, what I did was just measure the ones I was using with a caliper and you will know exactly how long they are.