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    WTB Lee turrent press

    I'm after a turrent press, not sure I'm ready for a progressive so thought a Lee turrent press would be a good alternative for now.

    Anybody got one they aren't using or advice yay or nay?

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    Sav I have no experience with them but have been told not to use the Lee turret press as they have quite a bit of wobble when sizing

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    Quote Originally Posted by puku View Post
    Sav I have no experience with them but have been told not to use the Lee turret press as they have quite a bit of wobble when sizing

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    Interesting.... I have one and haven't experienced any issues whatsoever with it. Good piece of kit!

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    Ive never had any issues with mine either.

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    I have a Lee Turret press - is that the same thing? Never have trouble with it and have sized some pretty large cases through it .
    Cats have nine lives-which makes them ideal for experimentation...

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    Yea. I've done 7RM. Do 308 and 284 as the norm.
    I'm a novice but I think they're great.
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    No issues with mine. Done heaps now various cals. Would reccomend.

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    I'd actually be interested in a progressive press, what ever type, if anybody is looking to get rid of one.

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    I have a Lee progressive turret press in pieces , its all there as far as I know. It was set up for 38 Spl before I got it . Been sitting under my reloading bench for far too long. If you are interested pm me
    Cats have nine lives-which makes them ideal for experimentation...

 

 

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