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Lee Cast Aluminum 4 Hole Turret Press with Auto Index Md: 90932

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  • Turret Press W/Auto Index
  • Cast Aluminum
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Product Description

The Lee Precision 4 Hole Turret Press with Auto Index has a proven design with compound leverage. No spring in this turret design. The turret is locked into a solid steel ring with big rifle bolt type lugs. Patented design puts the lugs on the circumference so there can be no tipping. The linkage is so powerful that the largest magnum cases are sized with ease. Effort required is so small that the usual heavy bench is not essential. The Lee Turret Press has built-in primer catcher, longer stroke, more hand clearance and a comfortable wood grip. The fourth hole in the turret allows you to install your Lee Factory Crimp Die or taper crimp die in the press. The auto index on the press is capable of loading cartridges with an overall length of 2.313" or less.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 7.5 x 15 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B000KOPX58
  • Item model number: 90932
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #97,984 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Nice product for quick reloading.
Robert
You can spend more money, but you won't get equipment that does a better job than this!!
Keith R. Ferguson
An auto-indexing turret press like the Lee makes all of these much less likely.
Michael J. Edelman

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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By American Goth on December 17, 2010
This is my only press. I don't reload so much that I need a progressive press, and this press meets my need to reload about 500 rounds on a weekend. Since I shoot several calibers from .25 auto to .308, the interchangeable plates are nice.
One nit to pick with the ad: this is NOT a cast iron press! The base and head are aluminum, and the legs are steel. It is a strong press, however. Cast iron isn't necessary.
I don't use the auto-index because I prefer to take each step (size, powder, seat, crimp)with all of my empties using loading blocks before moving on to the next step. I prime with a handheld priming tool.

Four stars because:

1) There is no spent primer catcher. Ejected spent primers bounce all over the place. The floor,
your clothing. Really: All over the place! I use a separate deprimer tool.

2) While the movable handle is a nice touch for left and right handed people, the side that the
handle is not mounted on has a serrated edge that will inflict a painful, bloody wound when you
hit it with your knee. And sooner or later, you will. A matching smooth cap for the unused side
would be nice. I ground mine smooth with a Dremel.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Michael J. Edelman TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on February 6, 2012
If you need to reload moderate quantities of pistol ammunition- say, between 50 and 100 at a time- I think a turret press is the best option. Full progressive presses are great for competitors who need to crank out ammo by the hundreds every week, but they're complex and expensive. Single stage presses are great for turning out a box or two of rifle cartridges. In between those extremes the I find the turret provides just enough automation to simplify the process and make it safer.

There are four common errors that can be made in reloading:

1. Forgetting to prime the case. This results in a cartridge that just won't work.
2. Inserting the primer upside down. This results in a cartridge that won't fire, but that can damage the gun and possibly injure the shooter in some guns
3. Not charging the case with powder, or underchanging. This can cause problems ranging from a squib that locks up a revolver, to a burst barrel when a second round is fired into a plugged barrel.
4. Double charging. This can result in destruction of the gun and injury to the shooter.

An auto-indexing turret press like the Lee makes all of these much less likely. Primers must be manually inserted into the priming tool, at which time the reloader can verify that they're inserted properly. The turret moves after the powder measure dumps a charge into the case, making double charges all but impossible. A careful reloader working in an area free from distraction will find it easy to prepare ammunition error-free.

All Lee presses and tools are of high quality, and I really only have two complaints about this one. First, the automatic primer for the turret press.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By MK in NJ on April 11, 2013
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In my opinion Lee promotes quality reloading at an affordable price. They have been doing it for a Long Time.

I originally wanted the Lee Classic Turret Press as it is constructed of a cast steel base and implements better system for spent primer disposal but it was unavailable at the time of purchase. Out of necessity, I ordered this cast aluminum based press and have not been disappointed with my purchase.

This inexpensive press cannot complete with the output obtainable by a Progressive Press; but, if you are looking to drastically increase your output from that of a single stage press this little guy is awesome. The addition of the roller handle on this model is quite nice. From pistol rounds thru .223 rifle; the auto indexed turret works flawlessly. Buy extra turrets for each caliber you plan on loading and you will save tons of time swapping out and adjusting your dies. I added the Lee Auto-Disk Powder Measure with the Double Disk set for larger charges and the Adjustable Charge Bar for the light loads. Additionally, I added the Lee-Safety Prime for on-press priming. The Safety-Prime can be "fiddly"; but once you have it adjusted correctly is works well enough... but not perfect; (expect to drop some primers). The index rod can be quickly pulled out to enable you to work single staged; like decapping all your cases prior to case cleaning.

The only improvement this press really needs is a better system for catching and disposing of the spent primers. For the price you cannot expect this system to be perfect.

My RCBS press is now on "standby" in case I need some extra leverage when resizing rifle cases. Honestly, it does not get used my anymore.

Less time at the bench = more time for the range.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By ec on November 3, 2013
I've have this for a while and it serves my purpose of reloading pistol and 223 caliber rounds. Setup is very easy. The only drawback is collection of old primers. For this, I taped a primer box cover on the side posts to direct falling primer into the base of the press. This allows discarded primers to collect in there. To facilitate collection of discard primers, I bore a hole on the table where the base sites and installed a box tray to catch the primers. Now collecting the spent primer is a breeze.
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