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Saturday 22 October, 2016  

Lee Precision 90050, 50th Anniversary Reloading Press Kit

Lee Precision 90050, 50th Anniversary Reloading Press Kit
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2 of 5 Stars!
I am a first time reloader and found this kit not as great as talked about. The scale is not very good, will not stay set, nothing to keep the slide adjustment to stay in place after setting. The extras in the box, for some one starting out you do not need. The powder measure is just good enough to get you by and that is all. I would avoid this kit and just talk to other people and piece together what you need to start until you figure out how deep you want to get into reloading and build from there. Your friends who are into this would be a better source of information for what you really need...
T. L. Saturday 07 November, 2009
5 of 5 Stars!
I bought this kit as a first time reloader. I highly recommend this for a first time reloader. I have made many rounds with this. You can set up to do multiple rounds by repeating each step as many tomes as you you need for the quantity you want. Deprime, change dies, Size, change dies, Clean Primer Pocket, Insert Primer, Add powder charge, Seat bullet, change dies, taper crimp. You have just made your first cartridges. You must have a die set to go with the press. If you are going to be loading for semi-auto pistol, I recommend getting the LEE 4 die set, which has the taper crimp die included (Decapper, sizer, & seater). With the taper crimp die, trimming is not necessary(per LEE) as long as brass is not too long. I still use this for Rifle loads, but have since upgraded to (2) Lee classic 4 hole turret presses. This is just an overview, and not designed to be a loading instruction manual. Failure to follow directions included with the kit may result in injury or death...
R. P. Saturday 14 March, 2009
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