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Lee Reloading Setup - DFW

Discussion in 'Sold/Expired' started by SeanTX, Jul 27, 2004.

  1. SeanTX

    SeanTX Millennium Member

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    I have a full setup of LEE reloading gear mounted on a small workbench. I haven't used it in 2-3 years. It's just taking up space so best to sell it. If you are local and want to pick it up it can be left mounted on the bench and easily tucked away in a closet when not in use. This is exactly what I did and it works great for someone that doesn't want to devote a large bench and area of your house for a reloading setup.

    This is what I have:

    Lee single stage "C" press. Actually this kit from Lee: http://www.leeprecision.com/cgi/catalog/browse.cgi?1088394863.5820=/html/catalog/anivers.html

    Lee Turret press. (Holds all 3 dies.)
    http://www.leeprecision.com/cgi/catalog/browse.cgi?1088394863.5820=/html/catalog/rlpress1.html I added the attachment that will let you throw the charge from the press instead of making it a separate operation.

    Two different Lee case primers. The AutoPrime II on this page: http://www.leeprecision.com/cgi/catalog/browse.cgi?1088394863.5820=/html/catalog/primtool.html and the hand primer that came in the anniversary kit with the single stage.

    De-prime and prime the cases in the single stage, then size, dump the charge, seat and crimp the bullet in the Turret press. Works great.

    Also have scales, dies for 45ACP and 223, calipers, case lube, and everything else you need. To add another caliber a set of dies is around $25 or so. I think there is an additional turret head as well.

    About 1500 pieces each of 45ACP and 223 brass.

    Midway brass tumbler and a few bags of walnut shells and corn cob media to clean and polish the brass.

    $250 for local pickup. +shipping for out of town.

    Thanks for looking and email me with any questions.