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Old October 1, 2012, 12:22 PM   #2
Misssissippi Dave
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It looks like you have a good start. You might consider getting a vib. tumbler to clean your cases in the near future. I hope you did get some calipers and a scale to go along with your press.

If you later find you need to increase your output of ammo you can always get a Dillon 550b press. It will allow you to do more rounds per hour. Pistol ammo tends to go fast through semi-auto pistols. I would keep the Lee press if you do get a Dillon later. That way you are able to be set up for 2 calibers all the time.

I don't load rifle ammo and have no interest in it so I won't be of any help there. Once you get going and start producing ammo you like you will be hooked. I think it is difficult to know if I shoot to reload or reload to shoot.
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