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Old December 12, 2012, 04:39 PM   #15
BigJimP
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A good progressive loader...will give you very good consistency ..and a very high quality ....its a matter of setting it up properly ...and making sure its bolted solidly to the work surface.

The only reason not to use a progressive...is the expense of adding calibers ....so if you're going to only fire or reload 25 rounds for one caliber, and not shoot it very often, I might consider a single stage...but it can take an hour to reload 50 rds on a single stage....and only 5 minutes on a good progressive...??

So there is no inherent quality issue using a progressive...in my opinon / although I hear there is, on this forum and others all the time...I think its just a myth...or a perception / because some don't want to buy a progressive ...
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