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Very similar to my setup for rifle cartridges.

 

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That bullet seating die thingy...jut like the cheap ass Lee Whack-a-Mole Loader.

Nothing new under the sun.
 

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That bullet seating die thingy...jut like the cheap ass Lee Whack-a-Mole Loader.

Nothing new under the sun.
It's exactly like the Lee. Especially if you get the Zero Error Target Loader. I have used a mini-arbor press with my Lee whack-a-moles for years.
 
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It's exactly like the Lee. Especially if you get the Zero Error Target Loader. I have used a mini-arbor press with my Lee whack-a-moles for years.
I'll show my ignorance - I'm not proud. How's that work?
 

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n layman's terms, it's just basically a simple tube and punch that aligns the bullet with the case. Makes very concentric and exacting length rounds. The Zero Error Target Loader actually has a micrometer built in, as do some of the other higher end ones. But even without the micrometer, it makes very accurate rounds.
 
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Well, wish I's known THAT 40 odd years ago! I was using wack-a-mole and I had an arbor press
 
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Pretty good kit at ANY stage of reloading, for accurate low volume loading, especially for bolt action guns and revolvers.
 
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Purty goot starter kit.

A variety of many different calibers.

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Those I've used a lot, especially getting started. I just didn't know about using them with an arbor press. We had a press in the garage mostly used for pressing bearings in and out. Had I known they's work with the Lee Loader, my life would have been a little easier and my ammo maybe a little more accurate
 
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Those I've used a lot, especially getting started. I just didn't know about using them with an arbor press. We had a press in the garage mostly used for pressing bearings in and out. Had I known they's work with the Lee Loader, my life would have been a little easier and my ammo maybe a little more accurate
Not to mention that things would have been quieter!
 
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