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Thread: Lee Reloading printed catalogs

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    Boolit Master
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    Lee Reloading printed catalogs

    When did Lee start with dedicated printed catalogs?
    I have a 1988 and it looks like a Lee catalog albeit way fewer things.

    Then i have one with no year on it and that sucker is as thin as Twiggy was.
    16 rifle bullet moulds, that's all!
    And at least 3 times as many Lee Loaders as standard diesets.

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    That makes sense, though. Wasn't the Lee Loader their beginning, which used to be available for many more cartridges?
    The first purpose of the Second Amendment is too often overlooked, fostering a liberty of mind and action necessary in the people of a free republic.

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    You are right about that.

    And at some point they made their weight in: Red, (RCBS) Green, (Lyman) Orange and (Dillon) Blue.
    Guess they wanted to wet (pee in) some socks.

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