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Lee Precision 9-mm Pro 1000 Luger (Multi)

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  • -For 9mm Luger
  • -Includes press, dies (full length size, powder through expanding and bullet seating dies), turret, #19 shell plate, powder measure, large case feeder and priming system
  • -WARNING: Only CCI or Remington brand primers are safe use with this press
  • -Made in USA
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Product Description

Lee Pro 1000 progressive 3-hole reloading kit for 9mm Luger includes press, dies (full length size, powder through expanding and bullet seating dies), turret, #19 shell plate, Pro Auto-Disk powder measure, small case feeder and priming system. WARNING: Only CCI or Remington brand primers are safe use with this press.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 10.4 x 18.8 x 6.5 inches ; 13 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 13.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B000KOTZPW
  • Item model number: 90640
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #142,694 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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63 of 65 people found the following review helpful By Gene on December 1, 2012
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This is my first reload setup. I read the directions then took it apart so i would understand how it worked. I put it back together and read the directions again and set it up as specified. I can load 140 rounds an hour at a nice easy pace. First get it mounted good and sturdy. If you don't you will have nothing but problems. Second keep it clean. Spilled powered will mess up the primer feed and cause the shells not to sit straight in the shell plate. Get a bulb blower like photographers use if you don't have an air compressor. Clean your brass good before you use it. I clean my brass, lube it, run it through the press to resize and remove the primers. I put it back in the tumbler to clean the primer pockets. Then I fill the case feeder and go to town. I don't lube the brass when I load since the case is prepped. Once you have it set up you can move right along. Just keep an eye on the primer feed. That seems to be the weak link. Use common since. I give this five stars because for the price you can't beat it. It's well made and should last. I have loaded over 1000 rounds with it and I'm still pleased I bought it.
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34 of 37 people found the following review helpful By R. Reece on April 25, 2013
I have been using a Lee Pro 1000 .38 Special press for the last year. I use it to load for Cowboy Action Shooting and have loaded over 5000 rounds without any repairs. It caused me a lot of problems until I found out you have to clean the primer chute all of the time or the primers get bound up and you get a shell without a primer in it, and the powder falls through the flash hole down into the primer punch causing even more problems. I clean my primer chute with a small cotton swab after every box of 100 primers, and I constantly watch out for any stray flakes of powder. If you are looking for a progressive press that will allow you to close your eyes and pull the handle making ammunition all night long without error, this is not the press for you. If you understand reloading, are mechanically inclined, are willing to clean and monitor everything all of the time to turn out at least 100 to 150 quality cartriges an hour, search no more because you have just found the best value in all of reloading. My press was ready to run after very minor assembly and adjustment to the z-bar. Download the videos on the leeprecision.com website, they are very helpful. The only thing not in the box was the bench to mount it to, a scale, casings, primers, bullets, and powder. The dies that came already installed and adjusted with mine were carbide, if you are a reloader you know how nice carbide dies are. The powder measure dumps a consistent charge. The primer feed tray is also a shaker tray. I have friends who use $1500.00 presses that don't produce ammunition any better quality than I can with my Pro 1000.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By XRing on May 25, 2013
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I've owned an old Dillon RL450 many years. Since it doesn't auto-index, it's not near as fast as the Pro 1000 (9mm).
So, I'm pretty familiar with reloading. My bench didn't have enough support near the edge,(where two 1/4" holes need to be drilled) so I mounted a steel plate that over-hangs the bench edge and mounted the Pro 1000 on steel. Set-up was pretty fast once I understood how the chain & etc works. The powder feed uses plastic discs with different sized holes, to dispense the load.
I really like this fixed-cavity method, because there is no powder adjustment screw that can loosen up and cause real problems.

Make a Dummy round:
The sizing die and expander/thru-powder die was adjusted okay, but the seating die pushed my first bullet almost all the way into the case!
My advice is to back out the seat adjustment a LOT, load a case and bullet, set your bullet depth adjustment downwards, a little at a time, while cranking the ram up, and then down half way. So you can turn the shell plate by hand to remove, measure and replace the round. Repeat until happy.

If you plan to do load development, you will need a bullet puller at some point. Kinetic pullers work fine.

You can ball-park the powder load using the supplied chart. Very Small print at the very bottom of the chart, tells you how to calculate which disc/hole to use. The first disc I tried dumped 5.0gr, but I needed 5.3gr. So, I moved up one hole size. That hole was too large and dumped 5.6 to 5.7 grains. Too hot? I tested 30 rounds and saw no flattening of the primer, and the pistol functioned great. Reliable functioning is a MUST.
(Used Unique powder w/Berry's 115gr coated RN bullets #36002).
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By phyllis bloom on June 16, 2013
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Pros: If I can get it working properly I think this will be fun and save a lot on ammo purchases. I will update this post when I have this figured out. Shell feeder is nice. The system comes partially assembled and is easy to setup. Lee has good customer service. I had a question, submitted an email, and asked for a rep to call me. They did the next day. Delivery was within seven days of placing my order.

Cons:
1. Instructions are sparse and poorly written.
2. The system comes with the three necessary dies but they are not carbide dies. You will need to purchase a shell lube.
3. How to properly set the dies is still a problem for me. I should not have to go to YouTube to figure this out.
4. Loading primers is a pain as there needs to be a gate on the primer tray to prevent the primers from slipping out when inserting the tray into the primer feed tube. Watching YouTube I found that this can be solved with a pipe cleaner. Thanks to San Francisco Liberal with a Gun for the tip.
5. The chain used to control the powder feed is very easy to break if you are not paying 100% attention to everything that you are doing. Luckily the chain is cheap and can be replaced at any local hardware store for $5. Buy several.
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