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02-16-2019 02:54 AM
4 Ever-Fish N Have you sold this?


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Originally Posted by surfsideperson View Post
check classified, i posted dillion 650xl with all the accessories.
make me a real offer, i need to move it.
02-03-2019 06:35 AM
surfsideperson
press

check classified, i posted dillion 650xl with all the accessories.
make me a real offer, i need to move it.
01-24-2019 08:06 PM
Agman1772
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Originally Posted by rocketguy View Post
I am looking for a single-stage press to reload rifle ammo with. I reloaded 223 and 308 with my roommates single-stage Hornaday press 10 years ago. I still have some dies and tools. I've had one of my longtime friends load small batches of ammo for me, but I want to get started again on my own.

If anyone has a press they'd be looking to get rid of, please pm me. I'm also looking for a wet tumbler that uses stainless steel pins.
Hit the yard & estate sales.
01-24-2019 04:02 PM
Fordzilla06 I've got a Lyman turret press. Do yourself a favor if you don't get a progressive press buy one with a turret. I reload 5 calibers and have two turrets that are set and forget. One you get them set you don't have to remove and install anything except the turret if you're changing calibers.
01-23-2019 10:12 PM
rocketguy Thanks for all the replies!
01-19-2019 11:03 PM
Lezz Go I have an RCBS Rock Chucker and a Lee Challenger press. I like them both. I really like the Lee when using their collet dies. I use Forster busing bump dies with the RCBS. Both are great IMO.
01-18-2019 12:43 PM
Old sailor Lee presses are good and reasonably priced.


https://leeprecision.com/breech-lock...enger-kit.html
01-17-2019 10:59 PM
Csafisher Nothing wrong with a hornady or rcbs. If you want something a little nicer, looks at a Redding t7
01-17-2019 10:49 PM
jm423 Lots of good gear out there--your budget can be the dictator. My personal preference on virtually all things reloading is RCBS, but there are others probably as good. What little service I've required on RCBS gear has been super good, that's always a plus. Others may be equal, can't get better.
01-17-2019 11:52 AM
rocketguy
Looking for a press

I am looking for a single-stage press to reload rifle ammo with. I reloaded 223 and 308 with my roommates single-stage Hornaday press 10 years ago. I still have some dies and tools. I've had one of my longtime friends load small batches of ammo for me, but I want to get started again on my own.

If anyone has a press they'd be looking to get rid of, please pm me. I'm also looking for a wet tumbler that uses stainless steel pins.

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