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Lee Bullet Mold Black Powder REAL 50 Cal 250 Grain 2 Cavity - With Handles 90394
Lee Bullet Mold Black Powder REAL 50 Cal 250 Grain 2 Cavity - With Handles 90394
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Lee bullet mold for 38special &357mag
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LEE 2-Cavity Mold TL452-230-2R 45 ACP 230 Grain Bullet With Free Handles #90346
LEE 2-Cavity Mold TL452-230-2R 45 ACP 230 Grain Bullet With Free Handles #90346
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LEE 2-Cavity Mold 452-228-1R 228 Grain Bullet 45 ACP Round Nose #90351
LEE 2-Cavity Mold 452-228-1R 228 Grain Bullet 45 ACP Round Nose #90351
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LEE 90290 * 2-CAVITY BULLET MOLD * 452-230-TC * .452 DIAMETER / 230 GRAIN
LEE 90290 * 2-CAVITY BULLET MOLD * 452-230-TC * .452 DIAMETER / 230 GRAIN
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Lee Double cavity bullet mold 356 dia. weight 102 gr.
Lee Double cavity bullet mold 356 dia. weight 102 gr.
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LEE 2-Cavity Mold TL356-95-RF 95 Grain Bullet 380 Auto 9mm With Handles #90601
LEE 2-Cavity Mold TL356-95-RF 95 Grain Bullet 380 Auto 9mm With Handles #90601
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LEE 6 Cavity Mold TL-452-230-2R 230 Grain Bullet  Mold 45 ACP NEW #90350
LEE 6 Cavity Mold TL-452-230-2R 230 Grain Bullet Mold 45 ACP NEW #90350
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Lee Precision .38 .357 158 Grain Dual Cavity Bullet Mold with Handles - 90303
Lee Precision .38 .357 158 Grain Dual Cavity Bullet Mold with Handles - 90303
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Lee Bullet Mold Black Powder REAL 58 Cal 440 Grain 2 Cavity - With Handles 90404
Lee Bullet Mold Black Powder REAL 58 Cal 440 Grain 2 Cavity - With Handles 90404
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QTY 6) LEE BULLET MOLD MISC. LOT SINGLE & DOUBLE CAVITY ~ FREE SHIPPING
QTY 6) LEE BULLET MOLD MISC. LOT SINGLE & DOUBLE CAVITY ~ FREE SHIPPING
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LEE 2 Cavity Mold C309-160-R 30 Caliber 30/30 30/06 308 160 Grain Bullet #90367
LEE 2 Cavity Mold C309-160-R 30 Caliber 30/30 30/06 308 160 Grain Bullet #90367
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LEE 90371 * 2-CAVITY BULLET MOLD * C312-185-1R * .312 DIAMETER / 185 GRAIN
LEE 90371 * 2-CAVITY BULLET MOLD * C312-185-1R * .312 DIAMETER / 185 GRAIN
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LEE 2-Cavity Mold 457-450-F250 Grain Bullet 45/70 With Free Handles New #90375
LEE 2-Cavity Mold 457-450-F250 Grain Bullet 45/70 With Free Handles New #90375
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Lee Precision .356 Double Cavity 124 Grain Round Nose Bullet Mold 380, 9mm 90464
Lee Precision .356 Double Cavity 124 Grain Round Nose Bullet Mold 380, 9mm 90464
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New Lee Reloading .452" 45 200gr Six Cavity Reloading Bullet Mold - 1¢ Start!!!
New Lee Reloading .452" 45 200gr Six Cavity Reloading Bullet Mold - 1¢ Start!!!
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LEE 2 Cavity Mold TL356-124-2R 9mm 124 grain Bullet With Free Handles #90464
LEE 2 Cavity Mold TL356-124-2R 9mm 124 grain Bullet With Free Handles #90464
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LEE 2 Cavity Mold C309-150-F 30 Caliber 150 Grain Bullet #90366
LEE 2 Cavity Mold C309-150-F 30 Caliber 150 Grain Bullet #90366
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LEE 90351 * 2-CAVITY BULLET MOLD * 452-228-1R * .452 DIAMETER / 228 GRAIN
LEE 90351 * 2-CAVITY BULLET MOLD * 452-228-1R * .452 DIAMETER / 228 GRAIN
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LEE 2-Cavity Bullet Mold C429-240-SWC 240 Grain Bullet 44 Mag 44 Spl #90338
LEE 2-Cavity Bullet Mold C429-240-SWC 240 Grain Bullet 44 Mag 44 Spl #90338
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LEE SINGLE BALL BULLET MOLD # 90447
LEE SINGLE BALL BULLET MOLD # 90447
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A Christmas present to myself -- my reloading bench and kit

Th* Kurgan said: Well, after 2 weeks, I have finally assembled all my reloading equipment and bench. A rather large initial investment, but I don't really care if I get my money back. I look forward to "handloading" for my two favourite rifle calibres: 308 Win and 7x57. I don't really forsee myself reloading in any large quanity, but rather to get my Savage 10BA and custom 7x57 lightweight sporter to shoot dime size holes. BTW, I cannot believe how rock solid and smooth the Lee Classic Cast Press is !! I was a bit worried with all the RCBS vs Lee vs whatever threads. The builit-in primer tool is also excellent. I doubt I will be using my Lee hand primer tool much. Here's a few photos of my humble set-up: http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7145/6566717861_a76ff5a5fd_b.jpg http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7029/6566718901_c37fd199e7_b.jpg http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7034/6566721973_31f87fa762_b.jpg http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7174/6566723033_a620e170a3_b.jpg http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7159/6527070765_21b55ce94e_b.jpg My first 3 handloads: http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7010/6566719951_ebafab4952_b.jpg http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7166/6566720997_bbc2626de6_b.jpg 308 Cartridge #1 -- once-fired Hornady brass, full length resized, 38 grains IMR 4895, Hornady Match 308 Win 168 Grain BTHP, Winchester large rifle primer (primed using Lee press) 308 Cartridge #2 -- new Sellier & Bellot brass, 39 grains IMR 4895, Hornady Match 308 Win 168 Grain BTHP, Winchester large rifle primer (primed using Lee Auto-Prime XR priming tool) 308 Cartridge #3 -- new Sellier & Bellot brass, 40 grains IMR 4895, Hornady Match 308 Win 168 Grain BTHP, Winchester large rifle primer (primed using Lee press)

Th* Kurgan said: BTW, if you are looking for a good inexpensive, but solid bench to mount your press, I purchased the Canadian Tire gumwood work bench as in the photos. $100 + tax and money well spent. It makes a great reloading bench. I shopped all over for a decent work bench, and the metal ones that I found at Canadian Tire and Lowes, etc. are way too flimsy and cheaply made. This one is well constructed, comes with heavy duty fasteners, plus two brackets to mount it to the floor. Another neat feature is the wood vice/clamps. They are perfect to hold the Lyman case trimmer without having to screw it down. I also have another nearby desk that I will use for my case tumbler cleaner and ultrasonic cleaner, etc.

R*oky said: Looks good, do you happen to have a link to that bench on the ctc website?

B*ssmaster said: Hey Kurgan.. Nice set up, congrat's. Personally it all looks too shiney....:p Start crankin' 'em out.....give your bench some character of its own:D Merry Xmas....:cheers:

*Magius said: Nice setup, and I love that bench ... will definitely have to look into it's availability here. Any chance you can find a part number or something on your bills for that table? The only thing I can find is a single review of the Mastercraft Rubber Wood Workbench - which looks the same as yours, but there is no listing for the actual bench itself. http://reviews.canadiantire.ca/9045/1991482P/no-mastercraft-rubber-wood-workbench-reviews/reviews.htm Found it listed in a couple flyers as well, but if you click the lnks, it takes you to saw horses :(

Th* Kurgan said: There were three left at my local CDN Tire. They are apparently not a "regular product" so once they're gone, they may not be getting more. I saw it in a flyer and decided to have a look. Trust me, it is a nicely made bench made with a decent hardwood. Not much that comes out of China turns my crank, but this product is exceptional.

K*van said: Nice looking setup Kurgan.... awesome pictures. You will enjoy the press, they are very clean to use and strong too ! Merry Christmas from monsoon country !! :)

*lexik said: Very nice How much does a setup like that go for ballpark?

bl*cksmithden said: Congratulaton, and welcome to the sandbox of reloading. I started out small too. Things can progress quickly when you drive by the toy store 4 to 6 times a day. It's just too easy to stop in and pick something else up ! LOL !

Th* Kurgan said: Very nice How much does a setup like that go for ballpark? Well, I'm not much of a bargain shopper, and I don't have a whole lot of time to go from store to store to get the cheapest price, but I think I did o.k. The total cost, including the bench, was $1279.32. Everything I purchased I got for between 10% and 13% off. I bought all the gear from Al Simmons and Markham LeBaron. Al Simmons: Frankford Arsenal "Quick-N-EZ" case tumbler Hornady GS-1500 digital scale Hornady digital caliper Lee Classic Cast Press, heavy duty, single stage Lee 308 Win shell holder Lee Deluxe die set for 308 Win (full length sizing die, neck sizing collet die, dead length bullet seater) Lee "Perfect Powder" measure/dispenser Lee Auto-Prime XR priming tool Lyman case preparation kit Lyman Reloading Handbook, 49th Edition Turbo Tumbler media ("corncob green") MTM Case-Gard Universal loading tray (fits all sizes) RCBS "Case Slick" IMR 4895 smokeless powder Hornady Match 308 Win 168 Grain BTHP Sellier & Bellot 308 Win cartridge cases Winchester large rifle primers Total: $580.15 LeBaron: Lyman 1200 DPS 3 digital powder dispenser Lyman "Turbo Sonic" ultrasonic case and steel parts cleaner + solution Lyman universal case trimmer RCBS stuck case remover RCBS "Quick Change" powder funnel kit Total: $586.18 Canadian Tire: Gumwood bench Total: $112.99

*lexik said: Well, I'm not much of a bargain shopper, and I don't have a whole lot of time to go from store to store to get the cheapest price, but I think I did o.k. The total cost, including the bench, was $1279.32. Everything I purchased I got for between 10% and 13% off. I bought all the gear from Al Simmons and Markham LeBaron. Al Simmons: Frankford Arsenal "Quick-N-EZ" case tumbler Hornady GS-1500 digital scale Hornady digital caliper Lee Classic Cast Press, heavy duty, single stage Lee 308 Win shell holder Lee Deluxe die set for 308 Win (full length sizing die, neck sizing collet die, dead length bullet seater) Lee "Perfect Powder" measure/dispenser Lee Auto-Prime XR priming tool Lyman case preparation kit Lyman Reloading Handbook, 49th Edition Turbo Tumbler media ("corncob green") MTM Case-Gard Universal loading tray (fits all sizes) RCBS "Case Slick" IMR 4895 smokeless powder Hornady Match 308 Win 168 Grain BTHP Sellier & Bellot 308 Win cartridge cases Winchester large rifle primers Total: $580.15 LeBaron: Lyman 1200 DPS 3 digital powder dispenser Lyman "Turbo Sonic" ultrasonic case and steel parts cleaner + solution Lyman universal case trimmer RCBS stuck case remover RCBS "Quick Change" powder funnel kit Total: $586.18 Canadian Tire: Gumwood bench Total: $112.99 Awesome man! That's decent I'm gonna start with that CT bench in January

Th* Kurgan said: Congratulaton, and welcome to the sandbox of reloading. I started out small too. Things can progress quickly when you drive by the toy store 4 to 6 times a day. It's just too easy to stop in and pick something else up ! LOL ! Yeah, I'm sure my kit will grow over time as well :)

Th* Kurgan said: Hey Kurgan.. Nice set up, congrat's. Personally it all looks too shiney....:p Start crankin' 'em out.....give your bench some character of its own:D Merry Xmas....:cheers: No worries... starting tomorrow night :) I am going to make a bunch of different variations to see what my Savage 10BA likes.

k*mlooky said: And humble you should be....... If your shooting resembles anything like your ability to organise your work area, heck, your groups should follow suit. Nice set up, great photos and fantastic post. Cheers and keep us posted with the targets to follow.

hk33k*1 said: Very nice bench and set up !!!

b*drock said: What are the dimensions of the bench?

r*ndas said: PS you need to make more than one round of each load you want to test :D;)

z*ppy_the_wonder_chimp said: Great setup. My fave item: the fire extinguisher :eek: A great idea in any home, actually.

T*ggrot said: That is rather tidy and organised. My bench looks like a bomb went off... Excuse the awful pun.

NSh*nter1254 said: Difference between my bench and yours You have lots of neat stuff under your bench whereas I might have a bench somewhere under all that stuff.

tr*bor2880 said: Good set-up. Handy fire extinguisher is a nice touch. Safety glasses would also be a good idea. (I learned the hard way;)):)

d*ad meat said: Looks like a good setup, have fun.

w*rrenb said: You do realise that with reloading your spending actually accellerates over time? :D I think you made some very good choices. You got nice equipment without going into the uber price bracket. Although I know Hornady calipers are expensive, I have some I never use as I also have $14 canadian tire calipers which read the same. I'm now a few years into my reloading and I think I will upgrade my Lee breech lock Challenger press to that shiny red Classic Cast. :) Merry Christmas.

j*anvaldez said: Surprising how quick it adds up. I started with a lee press kit for 150$ I now have 2 electronic scales,Rcbs auto dispenser, couple balances, 3 manual measures. 2 rock chuckers, turret press, 2 lubrisizers, couple lee presses, about 25 die sets, 20 powders, 2 case trimmers, boxes of lee trimmers and others bits. Thousands of primers, case lube, trimmers, deburring, flashhole tools, etc, etc, Then the casting stuff!

Th* Kurgan said: Good set-up. Handy fire extinguisher is a nice touch. Safety glasses would also be a good idea. (I learned the hard way;)):) Safety glasses in my drawer ;)

Th* Kurgan said: You do realise that with reloading your spending actually accellerates over time? :D I think you made some very good choices. You got nice equipment without going into the uber price bracket. Although I know Hornady calipers are expensive, I have some I never use as I also have $14 canadian tire calipers which read the same. I'm now a few years into my reloading and I think I will upgrade my Lee breech lock Challenger press to that shiny red Classic Cast. :) Merry Christmas. Yep... in fact, I'm going to get a set of 7.62x39 dies just to prove that the SKS can shoot 2 inch or less groups at 100 meters with handloads :confused::);)

Th* Kurgan said: PS you need to make more than one round of each load you want to test :D;) They were just to test the press, powder dispenser, etc. I plan on making 5-10 of every configuraton I can afford until I find a recipe that shoots best out of my Savage 10BA. This is going to get expensive ! Who said this will be a cost effective approach to shooting?? :p

Th* Kurgan said: What are the dimensions of the bench? L: 54 " W: 19-3/4 " H: 34 " This does not take into consideration the two wood vices, that add a few extra inches.

Th* Kurgan said: Surprising how quick it adds up. I started with a lee press kit for 150$ I now have 2 electronic scales,Rcbs auto dispenser, couple balances, 3 manual measures. 2 rock chuckers, turret press, 2 lubrisizers, couple lee presses, about 25 die sets, 20 powders, 2 case trimmers, boxes of lee trimmers and others bits. Thousands of primers, case lube, trimmers, deburring, flashhole tools, etc, etc, Then the casting stuff! :eek: Nice ! I think I will be happy with just the one press for now, but I definitely will be buying more dies, different powders, primers, and more brass. The only other thing I need, which I don't seem to have, is TIME !! How do you guys with young families pull it off?

KDX said: Nice bench and set up.

Fr*cture said: Nice setup, but be sure to calibrate that scale EVERY time you use it. Fresh batteries are a must. I have one of those and replaced it with the Hornady AC powered bench scale, and I much prefer it, no weak batteries to throw off calibration halfway through a reloading session.

Th* Kurgan said: Nice setup, but be sure to calibrate that scale EVERY time you use it. Fresh batteries are a must. I have one of those and replaced it with the Hornady AC powered bench scale, and I much prefer it, no weak batteries to throw off calibration halfway through a reloading session. Its not really my primary scale, I will be relying upon my Lyman powder dispenser. However, it is a nice little portable scale. And you are right, I will keep an eye on the batteries. As a matter of habit, I constantly recalibrate anyway.