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    I started reloading a few years ago, I got the Hornady progressive press, I've been happy with it ever since.
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    I real do apperciate all of the info that you guys have offered. I am looking forward to purchase my reloading equipment.

    thanks again to all

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    Quote Originally Posted by lineman1779 View Post
    I real do apperciate all of the info that you guys have offered. I am looking forward to purchase my reloading equipment.

    thanks again to all
    Does that mean you are done with us ? WTF ? LOL !

    Muleys, are your turret plates made out of something that looks like "pot metal" ?
    My friend bought his I'm thinkin bout 6 + yrs ago. Thats what he had a problem with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuntWYODon View Post
    Does that mean you are done with us ? WTF ? LOL !

    Muleys, are your turret plates made out of something that looks like "pot metal" ?
    My friend bought his I'm thinkin bout 6 + yrs ago. Thats what he had a problem with.
    I havn't had any problems with mine?? Besides punching out old primers on military surplus ammo "5.56". That surplus ammo has a primer sleeve that has to be reamed out as well, pain in the a#$, so I avoid it now.
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    I used to have to ream primer pockets on 5.58 and 7.62 for my 2 AR-180's and HK 91. Pain in the culo ! Got them cheap back then though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuntWYODon View Post
    Does that mean you are done with us ? WTF ? LOL !

    Muleys, are your turret plates made out of something that looks like "pot metal" ?
    My friend bought his I'm thinkin bout 6 + yrs ago. Thats what he had a problem with.
    Just wondering? What was the problem with the turret plate?
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    One broke and something with the primer feed broke , Can't remember. been 6 or more years ago.
    I use a lot of Hornady dies. Never had a problem with them though. Heading out to go see Expendables 2 now. The Republican actor action move. Gonna count libs at the theater. LOL !

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    I recommend a Forster press and Redding dies. As for a powder measure, the RCBS Chargemaster is really nice.
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    RCBS for me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elkoholic307 View Post
    I recommend a Forster press and Redding dies. As for a powder measure, the RCBS Chargemaster is really nice.
    I like Redding dies best also and also have a RCBS Chargemaster. My third digital scale. Works great. I had a Dillion that would drift so bad I couldn't use it anymore. The cheaper RCBS I had was no good either.

 

 

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