Thread: Lee Pro 1000
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Old 11-30-2012, 17:14   #10
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Mine has been great. The key is to ditch the lamp chain and go with a bungee cord for the powder drop. For 9mm the penny on the funnel case feeder trick works great.

I got mine as part of a reloading class at my range. The instructor had everyone put it together piece by piece and dial it in correctly. Loaded 100 rounds and then take it home. Given this hands on instruction and instant tech support it was a great deal. However, had I not had this assistance it would have been a different story to set the timing up.

For 132 bucks I'm going to order another one for a 2nd caliber.

No arguement that Dillon is a nice unit but the Lee is a viable option for less scratch.
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