Would like to get into reloading and need some advise. Should I go with the lee classic or the lee load master? Should I buy the kit or buy dies separate? Going to start with 45acp. Thanks
Is the load master considered a turret press?Since you are just starting out and trying to learn stick with the lee Classic. The Lee load master is a progressive system. With a progressive, there is just to much going on at each station with each pull of the handle. It sometimes gets confusing for the experienced guys. Learn the basic information and procedures on a single stage or turret press. It's safer and less confusing.
No the load master is a progressive. With each handle pull, a round plate that holds 6 cases advance. Each station does a different reloading operations to one of the cases. When a case has had all operations performed, it's a finished round and ejected. A cleaned case is put into its slot and around it goes till it is finished.Is the load master considered a turret press?
NICE :thumb: set of plans for a bench. Substitute treated lumber and change the dimensions for a shooting bench on the range. STELLAR! where is that 1K likes button. :hand2:I've loaded .223 Remington, 32 Winchester Special and 45-70 Government on my Lee Deluxe Turret. I continues to make quality ammo for ten years and tens of thousands of rounds.
Once you get your Turret Press, you'll want a dedicated bench. Here's one you can make for 10 or 20 bucks. I made a few out of materials on hand = Free
How To Build A Low-Cost Sturdy Work Bench From 2x4's And OSB
Yee HAW...don't forget the manual! (it probably would have shipped free)Just ordered the classic turret kit and die set from optics planet . $232.63 shipped.