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Old August 2, 2012, 12:12 PM   #12
mikld
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Absolutely! The Lee Loader is a good tool to learn reloading. My first use of one was in 1969. Using this simple tool you will learn what each step/operation does, how to do it, and why. It isn't fast (although there's a youtube video of Mr. Lee loading a bottle necked rifle round in about 45 seconds), but you get good, safe, accurate ammo from one. Here's a link to an older page about starting "on a shoestring" http://www.beartoothbullets.com/tech...h_notes.htm/51 Prices are higher today, but still a way to get involved in reloading. Even if you soon upgrade to a press, your Lee Loader is still usable for short runs or if you don't want to set up your press. I have 5 Lee Loaders, along with three presses, and I still use them when I feel "retro" or just because...
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