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Old April 3, 2013, 06:43 PM   #26
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I think you would find at about ~$350 or so that the Lyman Tmag is a super place to start. Quit a bit faster than single stage, slower than progressive, but easy to learn on. Your rifles and many pistol shooters will never out grow this kit. Get the one with the manual scale for easier learning...most electrics are hard to have confidence in, IME.

Avoid the Hornady balance, but their other stuff is good.

Forester and Redding make the best dies, but Hornady, Lee, Lyman and RCBS aren't bad either. Actually they are fine for 90% of handloaders.

Get a tumbler.

Then work on your process. Add as you see fit.
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