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    Default Well, here's something made in the US

    "We are thankful to say Lee Precision products are cast, machined and assembled in the USA."

    Now that that's out of the way, I think I'm going with the Lee Loadmaster instead of the Pro 1000. It has a separate priming station and can be used for rifle. It can also be used as a progressive or turret press. Only about $70 more than the Pro 1000 and made a lot better. Anyone have any experience?

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    I don't...

    need to get Don in here to comment.
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    I've thought about reloading before but I don't think I have the patience. LOL Lets us know if you get it and how you like it man.
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    like homer simpson? i don't want to wait 7 days for a gun i am mad now! lol
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    Ordered the press and a scale. Picked up a case tumbler, bullet puller and case collator. I need to find a good reloading manual. I'm thinking Lyman, not sure. I'll probably run by Cabela's, pick one out then have Terry order it for me.

    Mad Dog and other reloaders, any manual recs?


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    Presss came today. It's beefy as hell. Not sure when I'll have time to get it set up.


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