Starman has a new addition to the bench !

Discussion in 'The Ammo & Reloading Forum' started by woolleyworm, Jun 9, 2009.

  1. woolleyworm

    woolleyworm Active Member

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    I'll let him describe it, a nice press to start out on. Congrats and welcome to the addiction !

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  2. thomas44

    thomas44 New Member

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    Looks like a Lee Classic Turret press. Nice ! I've got the old style turret press and a Classic Cast single stage. My turret press has seen better days,,,might be upgrading and hanging on to it for small stuff.
  3. Southern Boy

    Southern Boy New Member

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    Nice, For years i saved and bought the high dollar stuff, Then I discovered how much money I didnt have to spend on quality. Lee makes some great stuff at a reasonable price. If i could do it over again, I would have started, and probably continued with a lot of Lees products. Good luck
  4. CJ7365

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    Thats what I got, Lee Classic Turret couldn't be happier, I was given a Lee Progessive press, which I tried out, but I have found the Lee Turret is more reliable.
  5. starman

    starman New Member

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    So far its working great. I loaded 40 rounds of 38 spl and have already spent them all. They all went bang so I guess I loaded them right. They held a much tighter group than the mfg's reloads I've been buying. I guess there's something to that claim that your own hand loads are better than manufactured ammo. Anyway thanks for the post Woolleyworm and thanks for the die's they work great.
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