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Old August 9, 2013, 05:41 PM   #13
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I concur what snuffy said. I will add that a hand priming tool would be a good investment to make. The Lee AutoPrime XR with the shell holder set can be had for under $45 from most places. The other work as well, and cost more. Though I would advise getting one. It makes priming much easier. I have been reloading with one since 2008. I would not want to be without one now. I do not use mine much anymore since I now have Lee Classic Turret press with a primer feed system. Though I do still sometimes use the hand primer for my rifle calibers that I have already sized/decapped, and trimmed, as well as tumbled off the case lube. I do this becasue those rounds get loaded single stage batch style.
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