Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Lee Precision Breech Lock Hand Press Kit Review

For those who have not tried the procedure yet, reloading can be an intimidating pursuit. However, many have invested time and effort into learning how the whole system works just to acquire its benefits and have never looked back.

It is also an enjoyable pastime for lots of gun owners. However, like any other product, you have to make sure that you will get the right, high-quality model that will best fit your needs.

To begin your hunt for a good reloader press, read this review about the Lee Precision Breech Lock Hand Press Kit.


  • Portable reloading press kit model
  • Breech lock hand press
  • Ram prime and powder funnel
  • Includes case lube with Lee Precision press kit
  • Breech lock quick-change bushing
  • Can an accommodate overall length of 3.65 inches


The Breech Lock Hand Press Kit from Lee Precision is an affordable way to reload your ammo. This is the hand-press type which means you have to work with your hands a lot for the procedure.

Users are given the opportunity to reload their brass with similar bullets that are primed for use, like what you see from the likes of progressive reloading kits. However since everything has to be done manually, you have to take some time to accomplish this. If you do not mind the time it entails, then this product might be for you.

This hand-press model also gives users the ability to reload anywhere they go. This is a portable press kit so you can travel with it. Progressive type presses need their items to be installed on workbenches but this Breech Lock Hand Press model can be taken anywhere you go, anytime.

Whenever you need to reload your ammunition, the very first steps you have to undertake is to get rid of the used primers then resize it so it will return to its original form. Next, you have to replace them with new primers.

You have to be sure that you will acquire the appropriate side on while it is being laid flat beneath the shell of the bullet. The belling procedure meanwhile makes it a lot simpler for the ammo to be seated, which is the third stage in reloading. After the seating cycle, you then tackle powdering.

Filling the bullets with powder is a painstaking procedure so you have to be very careful when measuring them. Keep track of the recommended quantity so as to steer clear of any accidents that will get in the way of the procedure. As soon as you accomplish the whole deal of filling the bullets with powder, you can then seat the ammo and crimp the brass.

The whole setup is portable so it will work for gun owners who do not have so much space at home to work on progressive reloading presses. It has an ample amount of space for reloading up to 3.65 inches of long brass and it is strong but not heavy at 2.5 lbs. The product is also wholly manufactured in the United States.

The company dies can be mounted and replaced quickly and you do not even need additional tools for the job. The company supplies the product with comprehensive instructions and does a great job when it comes to explaining correct usage of the dies.

During the procedure, the unit performs well as soon as you get familiarized with its workings. Its design makes for excellent leverage too and you do not have to apply lots of force on it.

Then again, what makes the whole setup great is that it does not need mounting on a bench. You can load your bullets anywhere you please. It is affordable as well and comes with a handy design that’s great for travel.


One negative of the Breech Lock Hand Press is that you have to purchase the dies individually. Manual reloading is the norm in each cycle and it does not even have a powder measure. As said earlier, everything has to be done the manual way.


The Lee Precision Breech Lock Hand Press is suggested for entry-level reloaders and gun owners who want to carry one in the range in case they have to do some reloading.

It has great build quality, comes with an affordable price and is extremely functional. If you do not mind all that manual work, this is something you need to invest in especially if you travel and target shoot in different locations.

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Thursday, October 5, 2017

How To Use a Reloading Press

There are lots of reasons why you might want to learn how to reload old casings to make your own ammunition. For one thing, it simply saves you money.

For small-caliber rounds, like the .22, the savings probably won’t be enough to make it worth your while, but for larger handgun and rifle ammo you can save 20, 30, or even 50 percent of the cost of buying your cartridges new. After a while, that adds up to enough to cover the cost of the tools and the time.

In the meantime, you get to learn a useful skill and get well acquainted with your ammunition. In fact, you can even get better accuracy by loading your own cartridges, because you can adjust the load and the type of powder to best suit your firearm. That will be beyond the scope of this short tutorial, but I encourage you to look it up!

However, there is a more pressing reason to learn how to make your own cartridges: gun control regulations continue to make it more difficult to purchase ammunition. Reloading and reusing your own ammo saves you the legal hassle and the trouble of buying new and ensures you always have a ready stock when it’s time to head out to the range.

Kinds of Presses

The primary tool you’ll need to load your own ammunition is a reloading press. These tools use metal dies to swage, press, and form cartridge casings back into the shape you want, and also prime them, fill them with powder and bullets, and crimp them shut, ready to use.

There are three major types of reloading presses: the single-stage press, the turret press, and the progressive press. A simple hand-held or bench-mounted single-stage presswill do just fine if you only need a few rounds, but is tediously slow. You’ve got to put a new die or tool in to the press for each stage of the process.

Turret presses, like the Lee PrecisionClassic 4 Hole Turret Press, will hold all the dies you need to make a cartridge of a particular caliber on a rotating turret, allowing you to cycle through each step in turn. This will let you increase your output from 50-100 rounds per hour to over 200.

But if you want to go really fast, you’ll want a progressive press, which rotates several casings through the dies, performing multiple tasks simultaneously to produce one round with every pump of the handle. Since you’re reading this guide, you probably don’t need a progressive press, so we’ll focus on the other two.

Tools and Supplies

The most important thing you need for reloading specific cartridges is a reloading manual. These make sure that you know how much powder and what size dies to use for each caliber of ammunition you want to make.

Each ammunition manufacturer produces their own reloading manual, so it’s important to know you’ve got the right information. Too much or too little powder, in particular, can be quite dangerous.

Also, it’s important to make sure you have:

  • Powder, primers, and bullets of the right size
  • A powder scale to measure powder
  • A powder measure or powder trickler
  • Calipers to measure casing and cartridge sizes
  • A chamfer and deburring tool (for removing burrs)
  • A pair of safety goggles (in case of accidental primer detonation)
  • Case trimmer (for when casings are too long)
  • Case cleaner, like a tumbler or ultrasonic cleaner (used casings are dirty!)
  • Case lube (depending on the dies you use: check with the manufacturer)

Of course, the simplest way to get all the things you need is with a complete reloading beginner’s kit. Lee Precision sells complete kits to match most of their presses, as do their higher-end competitors, such as Redding, RCBS, and Hornady.

What to Do?

Once you’ve cleaned out your used cartridge casings, you’ll want to inspect them—cracks and other flaws are easier to see on clean casings—and then remove the primers and resize them.

There is a die for each of these tasks; if you have a single stage press, like the Hornady “Lock-N-Load” Iron Press, you’ll put the die in and perform each task on all the casings before changing the die and moving on to the next one.

If you have a turret press, like the Lee Classic 4-Hole, you’ll leave each casing in the press as you press one die after another down onto it. You’ll always need to use lube for these steps when reloading bottleneck casings, and sometimes also for straight ones (depending on what kind of die you use).

Next, trim the casings to the proper length using your case trimmer. This is necessary because casings tend to stretch over multiple uses.

If you trim, you will also need to chamfer and deburr, using the Chamfer and Deburring Tool to remove burrs from both the inside and outside of the case. Finally, if you have straight-wall cases, you’ll need to return to the press to expand them with the expander die.

The next stage is the actual loading process. This is the trickier bit: make sure to consult your press’s instructions and your reloading manual for detailed instructions on each step. First, you’ll need to seat a primer into each case. You can do this by hand with a hand primer or (depending on your press) in the press itself.

Once the case is primed, you can pour in the powder. On a turret press, you’ll probably have a powder measure attachment, but for the single-stage press you may have to weigh and pour the powder yourself.

Either way, you’ll want to check your manual to make sure you have the right amount! Next comes the bullet; you should have a die to seat it in and a die to crimp it shut (or a combination die that does both.)

That’s it! Your cartridge is ready to shoot. Load up, head out, and have some fun!

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Thursday, September 28, 2017

How Does a Progressive Reloading Press Work?

Most practiced shooters and reloaders will recommend that the beginner’s first reloading investment be a single-stage press.

That’s in part because a progressive press is downright complicated. Until you have a good grasp on how reloading works, you may find it difficult to figure out how to set it up and use it.

However, if you’re a first-time progressive press buyer, or if you’re a new reloader and you want to better understand what the difference between your options is and how they work, this article is a good place to start. Let’s demystify the machine, helping you understand how it works.

In a single-stage press, only one die is used for each stage of the process. As a result, you’ll have to work through all your casings at each step before changing the die to go on to the next.

A turret press rotates several dies around the turret, applying each in turn to the casing, but you can still only do one casing at a time. A progressive press, however, holds multiple stationary dies (and multiple rounds) in a circle, using a shellplate to move the rounds from one die to the next.

Each time you cycle the handle, the circle of rounds advances by one, each die does its particular task, and one completed round is ejected at from the press at the front of the line.

Depending on how fast you pump the handle and how smoothly your press is operating, you can make well over 1000 rounds per hour with the fastest presses (like Dillon’s Super 1050 B).

Because of this design, there will be a lot of different things happening simultaneously every time you cycle the press.

Some presses have more functionality than others, but there’s a good chance that every step loads up a new empty casing, removes an old primer from a casing, resizes a casing, puts a new primer in a casing, drops a precisely measured quantity of powder into a casing, bells a casing and seats a bullet into it, crimps a casing shut around a bullet, and ejects a completed round—all at different spots around the circular shellplate.

At any of these points, of course, something can go wrong, and if it does, you have to be careful to check each of the other rounds in the queue to see if they have been affected.


The more stations for dies that your press has, the more tasks it can do at once, and the quicker you’ll be able to go.

Some, like the 8-station presses, can even do extra things like trimming the length of the case or swaging (shaping) the primer pocket before seating the primer. The larger shellplates also give you more room to work with for reaching in and adjusting things.

However, if you decide to go with a smaller, lower-budget 3-station press, you can get a die that seats the bullet in the casing and crimps the casing around it in the same step, letting the press take care of all the basic parts of reloading the cartridge.

A four- or five-station press offers a good middle ground, letting you add a powder checking die to prevent under- or over-charged loads, or one of the other optional dies.


Depending on how many automated attachments you have, the progressive press can run with more or less a minimum of work on manually positioning things. There are, of course, powder measures, but also automatic case feeders, and even priming systems.

Most presses, however, do require you at least to manually seat a primer and insert a bullet into a case at each crank of the handle. This makes a casefeeder a necessary attachment if you want to get the most speed out of your unit, because even the automatically-turning shellplate doesn’t get you far ahead if you also have to stop to insert a new casing at every step.

Of course, there is one caveat to all of this: the more moving parts you have, the more potential problems and repairs. Also, automated priming systems run the risk of accidental detonation: watch out!

Pros and Cons

The beauty of a progressive reloading press is that it lets you produce an enormous number of ammunition of the same kind in a very short time. An experienced reloader with a single-stage press can make about 100 rounds an hour. With a turret press, they might output about 200 or 300 an hour, while progressive presses can produce from 500 up. However, progressive presses require a lot of care in setup and attentive operation.

If one of the dies is not adjusted properly, the problem can have a magnified effect, affecting a number of rounds before you can catch and fix it. It can take a while (and a few wasted rounds) before you have the press running just right.

Also, it can be difficult to change the caliber, as you’ll likely have to take out and replace each die. Some companies, like Lee, avoid this problem by selling presses that are set up already in the factory for a particular load. Even with “rapid switch” designs, however, like Hornady’s “Lock-N-Load” die system, it can take a little while to get everything working smoothly again.


If you plan to use several different kinds of ammo or you won’t be doing a lot of volume, the progressive press is probably not for you. It can also be hard to get quite the same level of accuracy with so many tasks taking place at once.

While they are not necessarily the best for beginning or infrequent users, however, if you are a competition shooter or you want to be able to produce a whole garageful of ammo in a hurry, the progressive press is probably the best option for you. Especially if you are using large, expensive cartridges, you might find the savings significant enough to make one worth your while.

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Thursday, September 21, 2017

A Beginner’s Guide to Brands of Reloading Presses

If you’re in the market for tools for reloading your ammunition, you’ve probably realized that there are a lot of different companies out there!This page will introduce you to the different strengths of four of the top brands.


For the beginner, one of the best-known basic single-stage presses is the RCBS Rock Chucker. It’s produced by one of the earliest manufacturers of reloading equipment. The initials stand for Rock Chuck Bullet Swage dies, which–designed for making varmint bullets for rock chucks—were the company’s first product.

Now, RCBS sells a full range of presses and kits for ammunition reloading under the Rock Chucker brand name, in addition to their Ammomaster, Partner, and Summit presses. These all are available for purchase as part of full reloading kits, which tend to be designed with the novice reloader in mind. They also include the Nosler reloading manual.

If you are a more experienced reloader or if you want to make more ammo, faster, you can check out their turret press, which can up your speed from 50 to around 200 rounds per hour. It offers the option of running in single-stage mode if you want more precision or are just getting started. But you can also run it in progressive mode, which enables faster output by minimizing steps.

If you want to go full auto, there’s also another option: the Pro Chucker, which is RCBS’s progressive press, will let you reload up to 600 rounds per hour. As with most progressive presses, however, setting it up and changing the caliber will require patience and attention to detail.


Lee’s signature bright red presses are easily recognizable. You’ll find that they are often the best value, especially for a beginner reloader.

For a budget buy, they can’t be beat. Lee sells a hand press as well as the full range of bench-mounted ones, including four single-stage and two turret presses as well as the Pro and Load-Master progressive presses.

The hand press is a good starting item for learning how the reloading process works, but it is very slow. If you’ll be doing a fair number of rounds, it’s worth going straight to the bench-mount single-stage or turret presses, which have an excellent reputation.

The award-winning Lee turret press, in particular, can produce up to 200 rounds per hour. The progressive presses, however, can be difficult to change caliber in; they also can be finicky and require some fine-tuning.Lee’s solution to this problem is to sell them factory-preset for a specific caliber.

While they predict that you should be able to change the caliber in as little as three minutes, they recommend that you use a turret press if you are going to be reloading a number of different caliber bullets. Either way, once you get them working the way you want them to, Lee’s progressive presses will keep churning out rounds at high speed for years.


Hornady’s presses are marketed on superior quality, billing themselves as the ideal choice for making match-quality ammunition. They are certainly some of the most solidly constructed on the market, ensuring that they will not deform under pressure and that they will last a lifetime.

Hornady’s designs also tend to be very simple to use. Their Lock-N-Load adapters have been popular features for decades, enabling you to switch dies with just a quick quarter turn instead of having to screw them in and out every time.

Hornady’s Iron Press is one of their more notable products; it is a unique-looking reinvention of the basic O-style single-stage press with an unmistakable conical shape that makes for easier access to the “window” where the reloading action takes place.The automatic primer assembly has also received an upgrade, with better reliability and better protection against accidental primer detonation.

The highlight of Hornady’s lineup, though, is the five-station Lock-N-Load AP, one of the best progressive presses in the industry. It comes with a lot of options and special features, like individually adjustable, quick-change dies and an auto indexer. This press can easily put out over 500 rounds per hour.


Dillon is a high-end press maker. They were the first company to offer a progressive press for home use, and they have kept their market share by producing some of the fastest presses out there.

Unlike some down-market options, for example, which only have 3 stations and thus can often force users to run cartridges back through if they want a final tapering crimp, Dillon’s basic progressive press comes with four; its top-of-the-line press, the Dillon Super 1050 B, has eight. This latter press is probably the fastest on the market, capable of producing well over a thousand rounds per hour. It’s certainly not a beginner’s press!

However, if you don’t plan to change calibers often and you want a whole barn full of bullets, the Dillon Super 1050 is absolutely the way to go. Dillon’s presses aim for both high volume and accuracy, making them ideal for the competition shooter.

However, single-stage presses are not Dillon’s strong suit. Their surprisingly small Square Deal B is billed as “compact,” and will only load handgun and carbine bullets, not rifle bullets. The company has banked on their versatile basic progressive press, the 550, for smaller-volume reloading. While it is a quality product, it doesn’t quite stand above its competitors like the full progressive presses.


Between these brands of presses, there is something for every shooter. For the beginner and the budget shopper as well as the occasional reloader, Lee’s presses are ideal.

If you want a slightly higher-end, more durable product, you should go for an RCBS or Hornady press (though the Lee turret press certainly gives these others a run for their money!) And if you are a high-volumeshooter with a lot of experience reloading, you probably want to go for Hornady or Dillon’s higher-end progressive models.

Whatever you buy, stay safe, shoot straight, and happy reloading!

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Thursday, September 14, 2017

Reloading Presses: Which ones are the best for your money?

People have a lot of different reasons why they prefer hand-loading of their own ammunition. Their reasons revolve around economy and the rewarding feeling you get after doing it. This is why there are a lot of tools to achieve the best results in this action.

However, there are also prices that go over the roof when we are talking about tools like reloading presses. And yet, there are many people who want the same job done but simply don’t want to give so much money for a single accessory.

We found several tools that will improve your reloading activities while being good for your wallet. Also, we guarantee that using any of these accessories will ease your reloading experience while saving you some money:

The Hornady Lock N Load Press

When choosing Hornady you cannot possibly go wrong. It does a wonderful job and it is extremely fast and strong!


  • It has three lock-n-load bushings for dies
  • It has a haft that is easily gripped
  • The lining system is lock-n-load and is extremely quick
  • It has a firm construction of the frame


  • It is a highly durable reloading press due to the strong construction
  • It can be used for a wide range of different calibers
  • It doesn’t require extra work or adjustments
  • It is tremendously fast
  • You can screw it in and out whenever you want and it is not fixated to the bench


  • It requires higher level maintenance
  • The design is a bit basic and average

We can easily say that the Hornady Lock-N-Load reloading press can be a great solution for those who are seeking to enjoy their time without facing a mess or high failure rate when they are reloading their brass. Additionally, it provides fast results and you will be able to say goodbye to the many hours you spend before you go shooting.

The Lee Precision Reloading Hand Press

The Lee reloading hand press is an extremely handy and helpful tool and is found to be very compact and easily transportable. You will be able to do your reloading in any place you like unlike with a mounting press. In addition, the Lee reloading hand press has a breach-lock system that makes changing a die an easy job. If you are a newbie in the reloading hobby, you will most likely enjoy it!


  • It has a breach-lock system
  • It can handle a maximum length of 3.650 inches
  • It is perfectly suitable for handgun ammunition
  • It is very friendly for new reloaders
  • It comes in dimensions of 12,6 x 4,1 x 2,1 inches
  • It weighs 1,6 pounds


  • It is easy to use
  • It fastly changes dies
  • It reloads quickly
  • It is small and easily transportable
  • It rarely requires adjustments
  • You can reload everywhere because of its light weight


  • If you use bigger cartridge you might need to use more force
  • It requires emptying primers from the hole in the ram after around 200 cases
  • The clicking sound can be found as loud

You can use it with comfort for decapping in the harmony of your home or at the shooting range. It is the perfect reloading press if you want to spend time with your family or friends while doing your reloading.  And yet you will get perfect results.

The Model 90045 Lee Reloading Press

If you were looking for a helpful and an effective reloading press, we have the tool just for you. This reloading press can be used for decapping and seating of your bullets and sizing them.


  • It can be used for a 7/8 x 14 thread die and universal press shell holders
  • It comes in dimensions of 6,6 x 12,2 x 2,5 inches
  • It works on a Breach-Lock system
  • You can operate with it with left or right hand
  • It has a “C” – shaped frame which provides spacious environment for your hands


  • It is highly durable due to the sturdy construction
  • It can be used for depriming and while doing so it can keep the carbon grit off your reloading press
  • It is small and it can be carried around easily


  • You might need to mount it on something else and not only on a working table because spent primers can get stuck – For that reason it is recommended that it is mounted to a piece of wood. You can do so by using C-clamp on two pieces of wood

It is clear that for your money you will get a product that gets the job done and you are less likely to use another press ever again.Thisreloading press is ideal for light duty work.


In conclusion we can say that all of these reloading presses are wonderful and highly useful, and these are the specific reasons that make them the best for you:

  • The Hornady Lock n Load reloading classic press – Durability and speed

What you get by obtaining the Hornady lock-n-load reloading classic press is fair accuracy and speed in a very durable product. It is highly recommended for those who don’t want to spend a lot of time reloading on the bench because it will definitely save your time

  • The LeePrecision Reloading Hand Press –great for newbies and it is easily transported

What makes the Lee hand reloading press best is the fact that it is definitely easy to use and it is rather helpful. You can move the hand reloading press around the house or at the range and it will become a very handy device.

  • The Lee Model 90045 – Accuracy and effectiveness of your reloading

The thing about the Lee model 90045 is that it works terrific and it is a great buy if you want to de-prime varieties of brass. It is very useful if you want a clean and effective working environment.

It doesn’t matter which reloading press of these you chose, their qualities are obvious – they are all very handy and helpful. And you will definitely spend much less money for a tool that will do the exact same job and it will be efficient as any other.  You can also easily see that the models we have suggested are very well made out of high quality materials and are made by the most reliable manufacturers out there.

All in all, each choice you make from this list will be a good one. You will save money and you will get the job done easily.

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Thursday, September 7, 2017

Single Stage Reloading Presses – What Are the Best Choices?

It doesn’t matter what the reason is, many people like and enjoy reloading their cartridges. It can save you money and it can provide you with a higher quality ammo. This is especially for regular shooters who know the value of used cartridge cases or shotgun shell hulls.

We are taking in consideration the benefits of using a single stage reloading press and how valuable they are for those who are new to reloading their cartridge. It is commonly known that this type of reloading presses are best for newbies due to their simplicity.

However, choosing the best one for your needs is a hard job and if you are new to this kind of activity. This is why we researched and found the potential best single stage reloading presses that might fulfill your needs:

The Lee Precision Challenger Press

Although the name of Lee Precision brings a lot of trust in the manufacturer, we will explain why this press is a right choice. It is very strong and efficient and because of that, it is likely to last very long.


  • It has links made from high quality steel
  • The lever can be adjusted
  • Works on a breech-lock system
  • It is made from high quality material and has a strong construction with the intention to last long
  • It comes in dimensions of: 13,5 x 6,8 x 4,4 inches
  • It works on a system of a circled frame press


  • It accepts different cartridges due to the ability to adjust to their length
  • The breech lock system eases the process of changing dies without readjusting the die
  • It moves fast
  • It catches primes and it transfers primers away from your working bench
  • It has an opening that allows spacious working environment without risk of injuries to your fingers


  • The product doesn’t involve mounting supplies
  • The primer catching part requires removal when the press is utilized for other purposes

It is obvious that the Lee Precision Challenger press is of highest quality and it basically means that priming cannot be easier!

The Lee Precision Press

This is a wonderful product for those who are looking for a neatly done job and who seek to do their reloading presses without bigger problems.


  • It comes in dimensions of 16,4 x 9,2 x 5,6 inches
  • It weighs 4 pounds
  • It has two primer arms for bigger and smaller primers
  • It has a mode of start or stop which can be adjusted with a ratchet type 48tooth clamp
  • It is made of high quality materials and it can handle a lot of force due to the sturdy construction
  • It has a surface for bearing rams of 12 squared inches
  • It has a die adapter that can function with normal 7/8 – 14 dies
  • It accepts thread dies from all of the bigger and most known manufacturers.


  • It probably has the biggest opening in business
  • It allows small movement with the hands
  • It provides a spacious and highly visible working environment
  • It can produce rifle and pistol rounds
  • It has a stand that supports itself making the reloading environment free from problems
  • The handle is adjustable for right or left handed people


  • The handle can possible be a weak spot on this press because the ball on top of it is being placed on a hollow shaft
  • The manual doesn’t have sufficient information

It is notable that the Lee precision reloading press is of higher value for those who want to see what they are doing while reloading. It is a multifunctional and it brings a lot of benefits to your reloading hobby.

The RCBS Summit Single Stage Reloading Press

This product is a durable one, and when we say that – we mean it can outlive its owner! It is made of high quality materials and it is authentic.


  • It weighs 21,1 pounds
  • It is made out of high quality material
  • It operates on a bench-top system
  • It has an ambidextrous handle (it can be used both by right and left handed people)
  • It has a 2 inch diameter ram
  • It allows full access from the front
  • It can accept bushings for 1 inch die parts
  • It has a big frame which allows utilization with a lot of brass sizes
  • The shells aren’t pushed upwards to the die station -the case stays where it is and the dies are being pulled down


  • It is reliable due to the sturdy and highest quality construction
  • Working on it will be a stabile activity because it is being operated from the top of the bench and it does not move while working on it because it receives support of the 2 inch ram
  • It has a fair speed
  • It gives tremendously precise rounds


  • Some parts loosen up over time and usage and need to be regularly tightened up
  • It weighs a lot
  • It does not have a priming system

The RCBS summit single stage is a wonderful choice for those who are looking for a reloading press that is reliable. For those who seek to quickly get precise rounds, the RCBS summit single stage reloading press is probably the best choice for the job.


So now that we elaborated the best single stage reloading presses, it is fair to point out their strongest features:

  • The Lee Precision Challenger Press offers a diversification on your rounds

It is performs extremely well while it can also be used for a large variety of cartridges. Especially if you are looking for a tool that will give you the experience of a fuss-less job that is tremendously well done.

  • The Lee Precision Press offers perfect results and is excellent for newbies

This reloading press will most likely provide you with precise and accurate ammunition and you can count on the fact that it will not stop working. Your level of satisfaction will be like the quality of the press itself – extremely high!

  • The RCBS Summit Single Stage Reloading Press offers durability

The RCBS can surely hold its weight. Because it provides spacious and comfortable operating environment. And more importantly, it provides an environment that is fuss-free without spent primers everywhere.

The single stage reloading presses we offered in the text above are of highest quality and will definitely meet your needs. Being made out of the highest quality materials in order to satisfy the needs of reloaders, they all provide you with the enjoyment of easily reloading your brass in no time. And this goes for everyone – amateurs or professionals, because they are extremely easy to use.

Your reloading experience will be free of worries and your ammo will be precisely made. So, reload and fire away!

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Thursday, August 31, 2017

The Lee Precision Load-Master 9MM LugerReloading Pistol Kit Review – The Kit for You

Many people in the world like shooting and guns, this involves hunting and competitive shooting too. Also, many gun-lovers enjoy when they reload their bullets by themselves because it benefits their budget and the quality of their bullets. It is much more affordable to reload your bullets and this also allows more shooting for the same price.

Not only does it benefit your personal budget, but reloading also enhances the shooting experience because the more personalized the features of the bullets are, the more the shooter will enjoy his or hers shooting experience. After all, you will like your shooting even more if you worked for the smallest pieces of it.

However, getting the reloading kit is a hard and exhausting job because the presses available on the market can be different and they can involve different features that can make a difference to your shooting experience.

Also, finding a reloading kit that has the best features and specifics you need can be hard, especially if you are looking for high quality while trying to save yourself from spending a lot of money.

This is why, we present to you the Lee precision load-master reloading pistol kit, it is the perfect solution to your reloading wishes,it is extremely helpful and is a good fit for new reloaders or for professionals:


Additional to the fact that it is made from high-quality materials, this kit has the following awesome features:

  • It has a ram diameter of 1 ¾ inches that can fit larger rifle cases
  • It has a double use of automatic index progressive press / single stage press
  • It has 5 stations and they can accept a larger majority of reloading dies
  • You don’t have to adjust the dies because they are being held by a turret that removes and reinserts them
  • It comes in dimensions of 18,8 x 9,8 x 11 inches
  • It weighs 4 pounds
  • It has an Aluminum cast
  • It has a sturdy and strong construction


Here are a few of the most amazing benefits the kit will provide:

  • It does an extremely good job while reloading without any damage
  • It is very easy to use
  • The stations are precise and do a great job
  • It is very well-made
  • It does a fast job and you don’t break a sweat while reloading
  • The kit comes with carbide dies that include the bullet seating die, full length resize and de-cap die, and powder through expanding die


As nothing is perfect, the following things are the possible negative outcomes of having the Lee precision load-master reloading pistol kit

  • You might need to do a thorough research before you get everything timed properly
  • Fresh reloaders might face some smaller problems when reloading
  • For some, it might be hard to set up


It is notable that if you have been using a different reloading press by now, you will be sorry you didn’t get the Lee precision load-master reloading pistol kit sooner! It eases the process of reloading and it does a precise job while doing so. Because the stations are very well made and work perfectly, it is almost guaranteed that in an hour you will make around 250 rounds.

Of course, as any device this one has a failure rate too, but it is so minimal that you won’t even mind it – it goes around 2%. So even if you are new in the reloading hobby, don’t hesitate to think that you are going to ruin your rounds, even the greatest ones make mistakes.

Regarding the time to set up, especially for beginners, it is very likely that you will fail on your first try, however it comes with an owner’s manual and it can be very helpful if red thoroughly. Of course, for additional support there are numerous videos on the internet that can be helpful for step-by-step mounting the tool.

You will also need to keep in mind that after you set it up and start using it, you should take care of the primer because it might run dry. This means that you if you should load around 100 primers, you should be restocking the tray at 90. This will prevent it from running dry and each next round that is reloaded like this will have the perfect quality you strive for.

It is notable that the kit works with almost any die, however there are a few dies that are not applicable to the circled system of ring locks. And if you want to change calibers you will also probably need to change the shell plate when changing the dies.

Additionally, if used with good components and with cleaned brass you will get even better results and you will minimize the chances of any failure.


The reloading kit can do a tremendously good job and you will reload very accurate ammunition. Not only will you save yourself from the trouble of other reloading presses, but you will also find yourself enjoying when you work in an environment that the Lee precision load-master reloading pistol kit provides. After mounting it, an enjoyable experience is guaranteed.

This is due to the fact that the kit needs only primers, bullets and powder. It also means that the the Lee precision load-master reloading pistol kit is tremendously easy to use and it is rather friendly to new users.

Additionally, you can make adjustments easily if you read your owner’s manual carefully, and like this you will minimize the risk of having a failed round.

The most important reason why we highly recommend this item is because it is of high quality, the materials and the construction is strong and sturdy and it is proven to be extremely durable.

This means that you buy this kit now and you enjoy it for the years to come!

All in all, what you get is a tool that will ease your reloading time, you will enjoy yourself while reloading and more importantly, you will be care-free as it will all work smoothly and nicely.

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