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View Poll Results: How many reloading presses do you have?

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  • 1

    97 7.05%
  • 2

    219 15.92%
  • 3

    283 20.57%
  • 4-10

    679 49.35%
  • 11-15

    65 4.72%
  • 16-20

    13 0.94%
  • 21-25

    8 0.58%
  • 25+

    12 0.87%
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Thread: Reloading Presses...How many ya got??

  1. #521
    Boolit Master Rcmaveric's Avatar
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    I guess I have one and half. The Lee classic press and the Lee hand press. Guess I would count the Lee hand Press as a half. More often then not I use the Lee hand Press mostly now.
    "Speak softly and carry a big stick; you will go far."
    ~Theodore Roosevelt~

  2. #522
    Boolit Bub bleukahuna's Avatar
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    Eight, it seems like too many when I counted them up but I use them all contently.

  3. #523
    Boolit Bub

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    I'm a lite weight only five
    RCBS rock chucker bought new in 1982
    Two Lyman Spar-t's currently retired as I try out the Mag T
    Lyman Mag T
    12 ga. MEC

  4. #524
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    One more since I decided to buy a RCBS A2 for some reason.

  5. #525
    Boolit Master
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    I own a Lee 'Classic cast' press, a Lee 'Load master' progressive I don't use', two Lyman 'Spartan' presses.

    My favorite is the Lee classic cast press I bought just so I could use the big diameter dies(1 1/4" dies). I inherited two Lyman Spartans and the Lee progressive. I have lots of die sets/plates and bits and pieces for the Lee loadmaster progressive but have not set it up for my use yet.

    The old Lyman presses I do use on occasion and need to get some more shell holders in my commonly loaded calibers so I could set-up and run all three manual presses at once....sort of a 'poor-boy' progressive set-up.

  6. #526
    Boolit Buddy Gunners Mate's Avatar
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    1 Redding T7 Used on the bench - Rnd count 50,000-100,000
    2 Mec shotshell loaders Stored under the bench Rnd count 0 in the last twenty years
    1 Dillon 650 Used on the Bench - Rnd Count 25,0000 +
    1 RCBS Pro 2000 Used on the Bench Rnd Count 10,000 +/-
    1 RCBS RC Mobile Set up for R&D at the range Rnd Count 5000 +/-

    If I could only have 1 it would be the Redding T7, I would sure miss the Rnd count on the Dillon, but the Redding is built like a tank nothing ever breaks on it. I would have to have my Dillon powder dropper mounted on the Redding though.
    Last edited by Gunners Mate; 09-13-2017 at 09:06 PM.

  7. #527
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    Dang, I hate it when I realize that I have increased my number of presses by four since I voted!

  8. #528
    Boolit Bub
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    2 650
    3 550
    1 SL900
    1 T7
    2 Lyman Turrets
    4 single stage
    2 Mec Jr

    These are the mounted ones.........there are a few others under the bench and on loan to friends!!
    Hi my name is Nate and I have a Problem...........I am out of bench space!!!

  9. #529
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    I've added 2 more to my bench and given one away. If anyone has a priming assembly for the Smart Mark XIV i'd be interested.

    Oops apparently I voted before I got my LnL, make that 3.
    My feedback page if you feel inclined to add:
    http://castboolits.gunloads.com/show...raight-Shooter

    Thanks Yall!

  10. #530
    Hopefully I didn't miss any, but here goes:
    4 Rock Chuckers
    3 RCBS turret presses with multiple turrets
    2 RCBS A2's
    1 RCBS Summit
    1 RCBS Pro Chucker 5
    3 RCBS PiggyBack upgrades
    1 Lyman Spar-T turret press
    1 Lyman Spartan
    1 Redding T-25 (in the process of refurbishing it)
    1 Lee Pro-2000 (yuck...)
    1 Herters Super Model 3

  11. #531
    Boolit Buddy sparkyv's Avatar
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    1 Lee turret, 1 Lee hand press, mostly for decapping.

  12. #532
    Boolit Master

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    I can't help but to think I'm missing one but here's what I can remember
    1 Challenger
    1 3 hole turret
    2 4 hole turrets
    1 LEE C press
    1 Lyman Acculine hand press
    1 RCBS RS3
    1 LEE Load All 20 ga
    1 LEE Load All 12 ga
    1 MEC 650 12 ga
    1 MEC 600 12 ga
    2 MEC 600 20 ga

  13. #533
    Boolit Bub
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    Five, but only really use three of them

  14. #534
    Boolit Bub
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    Think there's 6 if I counted right?

    The ones in place are old Lyman's.A turret for handguns and two single stage,orange crushers? for rifles.

  15. #535
    Boolit Mold
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    Just upped my count to 3 with the addition of a 1975 RCBS JR3. Needs to be beat blasted and painted but in good shape other than that.

  16. #536
    Boolit Bub
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    2 Stars and 2 loadmasters but I want a Dillon 1050. Actually I really want a fully automated set up. No wait I want to buy Federal (the whole company) so I can give up loading my own and take my stock dividends in match ammo. Well that sounds unlikely, so yeah just a new 1050 for now, but with a bullet feeder and a case feeder and a cool table and and and

  17. #537
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    Dillon 550-my main squeeze! I'm simply in love with the volume and modularity.
    Spar-T-Have it set up for 2 calibers out at the farm for if I get bored
    Rock chucker 2- Man....I like using this to push through size
    Lee C press- size smaller stuff, 9mm and whatnot
    Lee hand press-----EVERYONE should have at least 1 of these, especially now that they take the quick change die collets!!!

  18. #538
    Boolit Master Reverend Al's Avatar
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    Not nearly enough (according to me) ... way too many (according to my wife) ...

    I may have passed my "Best Before" date, but I haven't reached my "Expiry" date!

  19. #539
    Boolit Man tstowater's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reverend Al View Post
    Not nearly enough (according to me) ... way too many (according to my wife) ...

    Buy another press and show the wife.

  20. #540
    Boolit Master
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    Just added 1 more to the collection. I found a RCBS Jr press at the local auction and couldn't pass it up along with a set of 9mm dies for $40

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Abbreviations used in Reloading

BP Bronze Point IMR Improved Military Rifle PTD Pointed
BR Bench Rest M Magnum RN Round Nose
BT Boat Tail PL Power-Lokt SP Soft Point
C Compressed Charge PR Primer SPCL Soft Point "Core-Lokt"
HP Hollow Point PSPCL Pointed Soft Point "Core Lokt" C.O.L. Cartridge Overall Length
PSP Pointed Soft Point Spz Spitzer Point SBT Spitzer Boat Tail
LRN Lead Round Nose LWC Lead Wad Cutter LSWC Lead Semi Wad Cutter
GC Gas Check