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finally.....after two plus years this thing let me log on.question is this.does anyone have experiance with the lee loader? i go

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  • finally.....after two plus years this thing let me log on.question is this.does anyone have experiance with the lee loader? i go

    finally.....after two plus years this thing let me log on.question is this.does anyone have experiance with the lee loader? i got one for a 270 and would appreciate any tips u could give.thanks

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    I would say they are good for limited quantity in a pinch. I have some for my survival calibers. Larger quantity, on a regular basis, I would get a full size press and dies.
    The only time I had a primer go off was when I was using a Lee Loader. Kinda gets your attention.

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    • #3
      If you don't mind a question, which press did you get? BC

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      • #4
        RCBS RockChucker. A single stage press.

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          4trx
          The Lee Loader will serve you well, as long as you don't get in a big hurry.


          The Lee Loader only "neck" sizes the brass. Only a bolt rifle benefits. Single shot and semi auto rifles need tighter tolerances to repeatedly rechamber the brass.

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          • #6
            it is for a bolt action.i also understand it is better to reload only cases that have been used in the rifle it is going to be reshot in...is this accurate also.?

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