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in my box of reloading stuff........

hillbillehillbille Member Posts: 14,166 ✭✭✭✭
edited January 5 in General Discussion

I got a few weeks back are a couple of Lyman 310 handloaders and a trueline press. Its my understanding the handheld 310 press and the table press use the same dies. Have any of you all used either of the above, prices on ebay have the hand press as much as the table press or more, I am wondering if I should price it all together or individually. I know one set of dies are 270, I think? one is 243 and not sure of the other hand press or I have some loose in a cigar box, 270 is in the table mount press. any ideas on value???


  • AmbroseAmbrose Member Posts: 3,161 ✭✭✭✭

    Don't you mean Lyman, not Hornady?

  • elubsmeelubsme Member Posts: 1,987 ✭✭✭✭

    Same dies fit both. I started out with a 310 in 1957. You want to make sure you have all the parts.

  • hillbillehillbille Member Posts: 14,166 ✭✭✭✭
    edited January 8

    and it just keeps piling up, must of had 6-8 boxes of 8mm bullets, round nose, they seem to jam and not feed right, also some 220 grains for 8mm. don't know why I keep them I will never use em so in the box they go for the gun show, same with about 3 bags of 28ga wads I have 5 total and will never load that many. found an old Lee hand primer, and almost a whole shoe box full of 243, and 270 bullets, I don't own either so in they go. also a box about foot by foot and half full of brass in baggies most on top are 270, got tired of digging not sure whats on bottom. all this was in the back of the bench behind a Mr coffee box full of 12 ga wads of some unknown origin, I don't even remember where I got em, most were given to me years ago by friends I worked with who were getting out of reloading as I was getting into it. another box little bigger than a shoe box full of brass in the plastic 10 packs that come in new boxes of ammo, looks like most is 30-06 and few 270, not sure if price whole box or by hundred, probubly just let folks make offer. found 5 coffee cans full of 38, 357, 30-06, brass. Dang when your memory starts to go, crawling on your hands and knees into the back of the bench, cabinets is a lot like christmas............

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