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    I have finaly taken the plunge !!!!

    Its taken me years but i have finaly ordered a loading kit, i have gone for a Lee Breech Lock Challenger Kit. Watch this space and be ready for lots of questions

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    welcome to the darkside mate lol lol

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    now your talking or is that stalking,

    i love doning it, as soon as i can bend my neck downwards into a position that does not hurt, ill be hard at it.

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    Be ready for a load of questions?, what about those I have already had

    John
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    Hi
    I am also taking the plunge so far
    RCBS09356 Rockchucker supreme Press
    LEE90230 AUTO PRIME HAND PRIMING TOOL
    LEE90110 LEE CASE TRIMMER & STUD LOCK
    LEE90119 LEE .243 WIN CASE LENGHT GAUGE & SHELL HOLDER
    All above i have decided on below cant decide

    Redding delux 3 die set Set (Series A) 65
    RCBS Competition / precision dies 92
    Advice requested from those who know better ?

    Thanks in advance

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    It's about time too Andy (Tika.308). So you have finally come out of the closet. Admitting that you don't reload is a bit like admitting to being an alcoholic or worst still a politician.
    It's the calibre of the shooter that counts not the calibre of the rifle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by salmon_fisher View Post
    Hi
    I am also taking the plunge so far
    RCBS09356 Rockchucker supreme Press
    LEE90230 AUTO PRIME HAND PRIMING TOOL
    LEE90110 LEE CASE TRIMMER & STUD LOCK
    LEE90119 LEE .243 WIN CASE LENGHT GAUGE & SHELL HOLDER
    All above i have decided on below cant decide

    Redding delux 3 die set Set (Series A) 65
    RCBS Competition / precision dies 92
    Advice requested from those who know better ?

    Thanks in advance
    The Redding dies are very good but why are you looking at purchasing the RCBS competition dies also? If you are only going to be reloading for deer stalking or sporting use wouldn't the Lee deluxe die set be good enough for your needs, and an awful lot cheaper?
    It's the calibre of the shooter that counts not the calibre of the rifle.

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    Redding dies are good.
    I use a Redding body die and a Lee collet die set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8x57 View Post
    The Redding dies are very good but why are you looking at purchasing the RCBS competition dies also? If you are only going to be reloading for deer stalking or sporting use wouldn't the Lee deluxe die set be good enough for your needs, and an awful lot cheaper?
    True that. This is one of many similar 6.5x55 groups I've loaded on a set of deluxe Lee Dies.~Muir

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    Quote Originally Posted by jack View Post
    Redding dies are good.
    I use a Redding body die and a Lee collet die set.
    The best of both worlds if I may say so.
    If I'm going to be accused of it then it's just as well I did it.

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