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First make sure that when you resize the case, you drive it in so the base of the case is flush with the bottom of the die (one can even go a little below flush). This will provide the tightest bullet fit. One can use a factory loaded cartridge to se...
Thank you for considering Lee Precision, but unfortunately the Target Model Reloader, and parts for it, are no longer available. The Collet Neck Sizing Die Set will reload ammunition guaranteed to be more accurate without the neck reaming step requir...
We don't make a flaring tool as a standard item for the 45/70, however we are able to make one. Flaring tool can be ordered through this link: http://leeprecision.com/custom-flaring-tool-for-lee-loader.html [1] Links: ------ [1] http://leeprecisi...
We did produce a Classic Lee Loader in the 7.7 Jap some time ago, but it was discontinued due to low sales. Another great option for is the Breech Lock Hand Press [1]. It offers the quick change Breech Lock feature, and is capable of reloading...
We do not produce any of our own load data, it's all provided to us from the powder manufacturers with permission to reprint what was provided. All load data that was provided to us was included with the Instructions/Load Charts. We do not provide an...
The Case Neck Reamer that you are referring to was included with the Target Model Reloader produced by Lee Custom Engineering. Lee Custom Engineering has been out of business since 1988 and Lee Precision Inc. does not make parts for those tools.
The LEE Classic Loader does not do a full length resizing. If the cases are used in the same rifle, you will have no problem. You can crimp with the LEE Loader. Place the loaded round in the opposite end of the resizing die. Protect the primer with ...
It is possible to tighten up the neck on a case by simply driving the case a little deeper into the resizing die. Take a dowel that is no larger in diameter than the rim of the cartridge, and drive the case into the die just below flush. This will...
We only recommend using the Classic Lee Loaders with bolt and single shot rifles because the sizing die in the Kit only resizes the neck of the case. For semi auto, slide and lever action rifles, we suggest Full Length Sizing so the cases fit and fee...
Due to declining sales for this great tool, we have no plans to expand the current line of Classic Lee Loaders. Unfortunately we do not provide custom services for this tool for the same reason. If you are looking for a portable reloading setup, we r...
The flaring tool ships inside the 38 Special, 44 Mag & 45 Colt kits only.
Classic Lee Loaders made prior to 1985 were stamped with a letter, typically on the bottom of the tool, which represented a caliber. To identify which caliber Lee Loader you may have, please scroll through the list provided below. A = 38 Super or 3...
This does happen occasionally, the indent is caused by a slight bump in the bottom of the Priming Pin that was not able to be broken off during manufacturing. It is just a cosmetic issue and will not cause any harm to the primer itself or its functio...
Classic Lee Loaders made prior to 1985 were stamped with a letter, typically on the bottom of the tool, which represented the caliber. To help identify which caliber Lee Loader it might be, I have provided the list below. A = 38 Super or 38 S&W G =...
The Lee Loader for shotgun shells were made by Lee Custom Engineering. For the whole story, read Richard Lee's article in Handloaders Digest, 17 th. ed. Lee Custom Engineering has been out of business since 1988, and Lee Precision does not make parts...