I just bought my first reloading setup. Ive got a lee turrett 4 hole press, lee dies, and im loading 9mm with Unique brand powder. After LOTS of trial and error, ive got the press making good (i think) ammo. Im using Precision Delta 115gr fmj bullets. Anyway, since ive never reloaded before, im not sure how hard you should actually have to force the lever on each die. On my depriming/sizing die it takes a firm press to pop the primer out and an even firmer one to release the lever and move on to the next die. On the powder/expanding die, it is pretty smooth to powder and size, but VERY difficult to release and go to the next die. Im not positive, but i believe it shouldnt take that much force to do it. Is there an adjustment of some sort for that problem? Do i need to oil something? On my last die, the bullet seating die, its basically effortless. I think they should all be pretty easy like that...am i wrong? Thanks for the info and input! Wanna kill these ads? We can help!