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Old May 26, 2010, 02:07 AM   #36
RedneckFur
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Join Date: January 14, 2007
Location: Sotheastern US
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I've loaded on Lee, Lyman, and RCBS presses. All are good presses for the money. I'm not sure I'd want a Lee classic for rifle cartridges though. I've never broken a Lee press, but it felt flimsy in my hands.

I voted for, and much prefer the Hornady Lock & Load press. Its currently what I'm using at home and I'm very impressed with it. With the lock and load press, you get a few sets of press bushings, and then you only need to set up your dies once.... When you want to swich calibers you just switch out your dies with the bushings still attached. The Hornady press is strong and can take very hard use without creaking or bending. I gladly recomend it to any shooter wanting a new press.
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