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Lee Precision .223 Remington Pro 1000 Progressive Press Kit Auto Indexing 90633

 
Lee Precision
90633
734307906337
40452
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$185.20
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Lee Precision offers this progressive press with caliber specific dies and shell holder plates included. You will need a scale to weigh your powder charges and a bench to mount it to, but apart from that this press is ready to go!

Just add a bullet and load a cartridge with each pull of the lever - all other operations are automatic. For added safety, primers and powder are fed only if a case is present. For fine adjustments or for experimenting, an alternate loading sequence allows for loading only one case at a time. Makes learning easy for the first time user. Turrets sold separately.

Specifications and features:
Every operation is automatic
Primers and powder are fed only if a case is present
Alternate loading sequence lets you load only one case at a time
Start reloading minutes after the press is bolted down

 

Item#: 7-90633,40452
Total number of Reviews: 1

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"I purchased this loading outfit and one for .40 S&W, and have been nothing but sorry for wasting my money on these. The linkage for the auto case feeder keeps coming off, and the auto primer keeps turning the primers on their side or upside down, causing me to have to resize the case just to fix that problem. The auto powder measure constantly gives me inaccurate powder charges, as much as 4 grains of powder, either short or too much, and I end up with more powder on the bench and floor than in the cases. It constantly delivers a half charge to the case and as soon as the case rotates to the next station, the other half of the charge comes out, all over the press, bench and floor, causing me to have to stop and clean up the mess before I can start again. Took me over 5 hours to load 120 rds of .40 cal and almost an hour to do 5 rounds of .223!!! AND, I'm not sure if they are safe to shoot!!! I don't care what the manufacturer says, these are nothing but junk!"
– Robert M.