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Old February 20, 2000, 12:57 PM   #1
Enigma
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Has anyone seen the Advanced Master Reloading kit at Cabelas? It is made by RCBS. It costs a little over five hundred dollars. I would appreciate your views on this system! www.cabelas.com Thanks!!
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Old February 20, 2000, 06:54 PM   #2
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alabama dan,has recently purchased this kit and he is most pleased with it. i noticed he has a post on once fired brass. hopefully he will respond to your question. i dont have a rcbs press but have been enjoying thier dies for years. take care.

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Old February 20, 2000, 09:49 PM   #3
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Greetings Fellow Shooter's, In response to the RCBS Master Reloading Kit series; I did
purchase the regular Master Reloading Kit
as made by RCBS, in October of 99. Thanks
to my friend Capbuster; we got everything
set-up, but I've only gotten to use it on
one occassion. Hopefully, that is fixing
to change. The equipment is first class;
however I am not quite use to RCBS die's;
as I am acustomed to Lyman die's from past
experience's. I hope to crank out some 9m/m,
38.Spl, and .45ACP rounds before too awful
long. I will write it up some more, when
I get the result's. Looks like the Advanced
Kit comes with the electronic powder measure,
and ditto for the scales. Hey Capbuster,
you know that RCBS is a division of Blount
Inc. Shooting Sport's Division don't you?
That's owned by our old friend Mr. Winton
Blount of Montgomery, AL!!!

Best Wishes To All,
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