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edited August 2013 in Perry Shooter Competition Shooting and Reloading Forum
Hi guys, a friend of mine just gave me a lee hand press for reloading. They wanted me to get into reloading but I kept on pushing it back because I don't have the space for setting up a reloading area. I'm new to this so I need help if someone can please give me a list of good equipment for this hand press. I read somewhere that there are dies that does not need oil or lubrication. I'm gonna be reloading 9, 45acp and 223. Thanks guys.
The ram prime work ok, so does the inside/outside champher tool. A funnel, a loading block are very handy and perhaps a scale. I made a dipper out of a case for their specific load and scratched it on the side as well as written on a note card in the box.
I like lee carbide pistol dies. I also like their case lube (q tip applied inside the neck for rifles) but prefer Redding sizing die wax for heavy duty work.
I use are running an autoloader in 223 consider small base dies.
Lots faster to learn reloading from someone with experience.