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Old May 16, 1999, 10:07 PM   #10
Bill Hebert
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Join Date: May 15, 1999
Posts: 180
Believe it or not, I bought a Lee reloading manual and they "threw in" a single stage press. The thing is made of "pot metal" but it was enough for me to realize that reloading was for me... I wanted a Hornady lock and load so bad I could taste it but was so cheap I wouldn't spring the hundred bucks for it. The range where I shoot had a Hornady 007 donated and I was able to buy it for $30. The difference from the Lee was just as you might expect- you get what you pay for. I love my Hornady - and the lock and load feature is still on my wish list. Just one opinion- really think twice about an automatic primer seater - I've tried it both ways and the "feel" of seating a primer by hand is safe and just "feels right" over a progressive press. Good luck and happy loading..
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