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Is the Lee Load All in 12 gauge a good buy? It is what I can afford and I was just wondering if it was a good product. If I reus

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  • Is the Lee Load All in 12 gauge a good buy? It is what I can afford and I was just wondering if it was a good product. If I reus

    Is the Lee Load All in 12 gauge a good buy? It is what I can afford and I was just wondering if it was a good product. If I reuse shell casings will reloading 12 gauge pay off?

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    YES...When my Sons were small my oldest(12)started to Trap-shoot,I bought the LEE Loader 12Ga, I would load (200 Rounds)=8 boxes of 12Ga Ammo on a Friday night so he could shoot on a Saturday Morning at Long Island Trap&Skeet Field, at 14teen he was Junior Champion of NY State Southern Tier, It all Started with the Lee Loader. You cant go wrong with it!

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    • #3
      Its a very hands on way to learn and do reloading. I used mine to replicate a pheasant load I couldn't find any more and loved it. With practice its very effective.

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      • #4
        Ive used Lee products, but never the Load-All. If what I've used is any indicator of quality, the Load-All should be just fine.
        As an aside, I have discovered that reloading doesn't "save" you any money, BUT, you get to shoot alot more (two to three times as much!) for the same dollar spent!
        I find reloading relaxing and rewarding.

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        • #5
          The lee load all works just fine. It usually takes an hour or so for me to load 100 shells.

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          • #6
            What FirstBubba said. I think it was Greg Lemomd who said, "It never gets any easier, you just go faster." True for racing and reloading both.

            The new models are more plastic and feel less solid, but they still work well.

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            • #7
              Sorry Greg Lemomd, my typing sukcs today.

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              • #8
                I have not used the Lee loader. Of the three I have seen, each one had the plastic station pieces deteriorated beyond being usable. These were all second hand and "very used". It appeared the plastic would not stand the test of time.
                I have used the MEC, Mayville Engineering Co.,INC
                reloading equipment quite a bit. I have had all the reloaders for some 32 years. There has been no noticeable deterioration. They stand up.
                They cost more but are reliable. I use them to this day.
                I'm sorry if I sound like a commercial but experience has taught me a lesson. BC

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