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Lee Precision Load Master 9-mm Luger Reloading Pistol Kit (Red)

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Product Description

The Lee Precision Load-Master progressive 5-hole reloading kit for 9MM Luger. Includes carbide 3 die set (full length size, powder through expanding and bullet seating dies), turret, shell plate powder measure.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 9.8 x 11 inches ; 4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 13.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B000N8HVYW
  • Item model number: 90936
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,241 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

The primer mechanism put strange divots into my primers.
SlamCheese
The other thing is to make sure you watch the setup videos on YouTube....they are VERY helpful!!
Mark W. Roy-Brooks
If you don't mind tinkering, then save some money and you can dial in a great machine.
Aaron Dean

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48 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Spilly on July 18, 2012
After reading the other review for this I was a little skeptical on ordering from this company. However, that was quickly resolved when the package showed up three days after I ordered it. Very fast shipping.

On to the press. I read several reviews on other sites about this press before purchasing. Everyone seems to have the same problem with pinched/titled primers. The priming system is finicky but it does fine 9 out of 10 times. Be sure to only use CCI and Winchester primers. The softer primers, like federal, will pop. I was aware of this and the fact that the press takes tinkering to make it run correctly. I don't mind spending a little extra setup time to save a big chunk of cash. Also, be sure to watch the youtube setup videos. The documentation with the press is lacking, at best, the information you need to get setup. I am only 250 rounds in and I can already produce 50 rounds in about 15 minutes. It doesn't take a genius to operate, but you will need to familiarize yourself with the press's workings.

I am very happy with my purchase. I have lots of time on my hands but not a lot of money. So if you are in the same situation as me, then you will be happy with your purchase.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Harold Waters on August 20, 2013
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The press makes loading very quick and easy except for one problem. The automatic primer system seems to be very fragile and has failed me a lot of times. Out of 166 rounds loaded I had 20 with no primer inserted, and 6 with primers cocked sideways. And on a lot of the no primer situations the primer was stuck beside the primer ram jamming the whole works and I had to disassemble the shell plate to get things pried loose. It kept on happening more and more frequently until I replaced the primer feed trough. I don't think I can take the blame for the primer insertion problem as you cannot touch any of that part of the operation, in fact you cannot even see if it inserted a primer or not which is why I had powder and bullets in 26 rounds and did not know I had primer problems until the round dropped into the tray on the last step. I have since replaced the primer feed trough and spring. For my protection I removed the shell guide finger just past the primer step and I remove each round as it comes from the primer insertion step to be sure it has a primer in it. I can then put it back in and finish loading the round. I have primed about 10 rounds since I replaced the feed trough and the spring and will maybe come back later to report on how well it works in the future. The new feed trough does seem to fit much tighter and straighter then the original one. All of the other parts of the press function flawlessly.

Edit 8/21/13
Ok so I have reloaded about 350 - 400 rounds since the first part of the review. The new primer feed trough helped things a lot. It looks like things have settled out at about 3 crooked primers per hundred rounds. This is not a problem as I remove the case at station 3 and check to see if a primer has been installed. I think everything is going to work out just fine.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By shanty73 on September 4, 2013
-First, I don't prime on this press. I have used it to prime, but I like the feel of a hand primer, plus I load a lot of different calibers, and nothing under 500 rounds. With the cost of components, I don't like throwing money away. I do pistol in a two step process. Clean about 1k or 2k at a time, (after they go through the decapping and sizing process), then prime, and start the load process.
-Once the press is set up and adjusted, it spits out high quality rounds in little time. Nearly 500 rounds in an hour. Watch the you tube vids to make sure you under stand how to adjust the press. Indexing is everything.
-I only gave it 4 stars because the priming system is not the best; the price helps the value.
-Long term serviceability; 20k plus loads and no parts have worn out, however I did get extra parts from titan to aid in adjusting the machine.
*******Overall, this machine is well worth the price and it makes great rounds, and a lot of them********
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By N. Plonske on November 5, 2013
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5 stars because it works perfectly. Not sure how people can have problems with the priming tray. Only had a couple problems which once you understand how it works, go away.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By tyler hendrickson on July 6, 2013
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i reload 9mm now but will buy more dies to do other calabures getting the press set up is finicky and make sure you have a good bench or the ram might hit bench. once you get it set up it works great. check the packaging once it arrives mine showed up with a cracked plastic shell catcher it still works but bothers me.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By will laxton on August 17, 2013
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I knew going into buying this, they had issues. its not a bad press, but it does take alot of tinkering to get it to run correctly. i had to modify the primer system.also had to adjust almost everything on it to get it to function. i believe the Lee company really cheaped out in alot of places to sell it for the price.i wish the would sell higher end replacement parts for it.I would recommended spending more money to get a better system. i have a friend who bought a Dillion and was pressing out bullets in about 20 minute.It took me about 6 hours.Maybe it was just the one i received.maybe it is all of them. I wouldnt hope for the fact of unboxing and start pressing.If you have no mechanical aptitude, i dont think this would be the right fit for you.If the adjusting doesnt bother you all that much .then its not that bad. i have pressed about 2000 rounds and its getting better.
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