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Single station presses will load nearly any cartridge. Cartridges are loaded in a batch process, which for example, 20 cases are deprimed and sized then the die changed to seat bullets in the 20 prepared cases. This die changing process is sped up by...
The Lee Value Turret Press kit includes the very popular four hole turret press [http://leeprecision.com/4-hole-turret-press-with-auto-index.html] along with the basic items you need to get started loading for rifle or pistol. Only the dies for the c...
The main difference between the Load Master and the Pro-1000 is that the Load Master is designed to handle rifle and pistol, and the Pro 1000 is designed primarily for pistol cartridges, but will reload rifle cartridges up to 2 5/16" in overall lengt...
The Anniversary kit and Breech Lock Challenger Kit will work for both rifle and pistol cartridges. What differentiates these kits is the way you prime. The Anniversary kit is for those who prefer to prime on the press (typically customers reloadin...
This kit and a set of Lee dies [http://leeprecision.com/Reloading-Dies/] is everything you need to begin handgun reloading. The Classic Turret Press is fast and convenient when loading handgun cartridges, with rates in excess of 250 rounds per hour...
Progressive presses are designed for experienced reloaders and shooters who go through more than 500 hundred rounds per week. Unlike a single stage loader, a progressive press causes many things to occur at the same time and because of this there are...
All of our presses [http://leeprecision.com/reloading-presses/], and just about all of our die sets [http://leeprecision.com/reloading-dies/], use 7/8"-14 threads, which is industry standard. The only exception will be some large rifle calibers use...