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Old June 3, 2011, 05:36 PM   #16
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I'd also recommend just starting with a Lee Classic Turret. You can run it as a single stage just by removing the indexing rod. I began with a single stage, and going to the Turret sped things up by a fair amount; I prefer to work one round at a time start to finish (as opposed to doing all the decapping/resizing, then priming, then...); IMO, it's less likely to result in missing one step on a round or double charging by accident.

While most single stages can have removable bushing to ease die swaps, it still isn't as easy and fast as just swapping turret discs (what's more, I find that a 3" length of 4" diameter PVC pipe is the PERFECT size to hold a disc of the Lee Classic Turret).
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