Good starter reloading setup. Sold Speer Reloading Manual #11 Lyman Reloading Handbook 46th Ed. Lee Bench mount Single Stage Press. RCBS 5-0-2 Scale RCBS Ram Priming Unit Lee Carbide 40 S&W 3 piece die set with shell holder.(Also works for 10 mm auto.) Lee Carbide 38 Special 3 piece die set with shell holder.(Also works for 357 mag.) Pacific steel 30-30 (recommend a stronger press for rifle reloading.) 2 piece rifle die set with 2 shell holders(1 extra). Sizing wax for rifle case lube. 1 Lee case neck burr removal tool. 1 Powder funnel. 2 MTM Caseguard 150 loading trays. 1 Lee case neck gauge, trimmer and holders for the following 10 calibers: 380 auto, 9mm, 38 Special, 357 magnum, 10 mm, 44 magnum, 45 acp, 223, 7.62x39, & 30-30. $100 firm plus shipping I accept MO's and Paypal. Paypal add 4%. For the new reloader: A few notes on reloading. This is everything you need to start reloading except brass, bullets, primers, powder and knowledge. Don't forget to read the manuals, even if a friend helps you get started. And don't forget to get a second opinion on anything you are unsure of. Glock Talk is an excellent source for advise on loads and techniques. You don't need a polisher to start, but you will probably want one eventually. Most people end up upgrading their presses, but this is a good solid place to start to see if you want to invest more in the hobby. If you buy a progressive press later, you will still want a single stage press on your bench. Carbide dies don't require case lubrication, so they are preferable to steel dies. Carbide dies aren't generally available for rifle dies.