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Lee Precision Classic Turret Press (Red)

4.8 out of 5 stars 193 customer reviews
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  • The Industry's Largest Ram is Drilled Completely Through to Dispense Primers in an Attached Clear PVC Tube
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Product Description

This press has all the features of the award-winning Turret Press. The long stroke allows rifle cases over three inches long to be loaded using the automatic index. The rigid cast iron frame supports the ram with over 12 square inches of area.

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  • Product Dimensions: 15.9 x 6.2 x 6.4 inches ; 14.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 13.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B003BWTF1E
  • Item model number: 90064
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (193 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #34,270 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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By JD on January 7, 2013
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I am by no means an Expert (Ex= former, spert = drip under pressure) but I think that this press is good for the NOOBS and experts out there. It is easy to use either as an auto press or single stage press. I load 38 specials, 45 acp 45 colt 223, 308 and 30-06 on this press without a problem. I like the fact that when i load my 308 and 30-06 rounds that I can single stage them. This press is well made and I especially like the way it catches the old primers. Now if you are wanting to turn out volume in lieu of quality buy a progresive style press. There are a few BIG blue, Orange, and Green fans who say Lee is not a Quality press. Just like there are Die Hard Ford, Chevy, and Cadallac folks. For me Lee is Quality, and priced right.
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By Welsh on February 24, 2013
I used to use a single stage Lee press until I bought this press a few months ago. This press is awesome. You can use the auto indexing for anything smaller than 270 Win. The auto indexing works like a charm. I felt I was using a progressive press. Because I read reviews indicating that the auto indexing breaks easily, I put grease on the auto indexing rod and make sure it is always lubricated. This puts very little pressure on the plastic part and makes the auto indexing works like a charm. I have been using it for a few months now and so far the auto indexing is still going good. I probably reloaded close to 200 rounds so far (50 of which is 300 WSM and 300 Win Mag). Because I was using a single stage, I can attest to the difference between both reloading presses. The difference is like night and day. With the single press I used to do one process for all cases then change the dies to do the second process and so on. When wanting to change calibers I had to change dies again. This was a little bit inconvenience (and I felt it could affect accuracy as things seldom go back exactly the same way they were). With this press I bough several turrets, one for each caliber and I no longer have to change dies any more. I think the press is worth every penny. If you are considering reloading, this would be a very good start, unless of course you will be reloading for a pistol and will be shooting more than 200 rounds per week, then you might want to consider a progressive press. For rifle reloading, or pistol reloading up to a moderated shooting levels (200 or less a week), I would recommend this press. I do use it for reloading 357 Magnum and 38 special and I can finish 100 round in no time. I hope that helps someone out there.
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UPDATE: I probably should've gone right from the single-stage press to a progressive press. I now have a Hornady Lock-n-Load AP and I expect I'll be selling the Lee turret. The difference between single-stage and turret is handy but nothing to shout about. The improvement from turret to progressive is profound. I don't particularly enjoy the process of reloading. For me, reloading with single stage or turret is an unpleasant chore. With a progressive, it's no real bother. Huge difference.

Of course, the cost difference is non-trivial. At the moment (April 2013), Hornady is throwing in 500 "free" (for the cost of shipping -- fifteen bucks) XTP bullets with the L-n-L AP. Sold.

Now back to the original review...

My initial impression after loading several hundred rounds -- all pistol -- is pretty good, bearing in mind that I've only used a single-stage press before. With the Lee Pro Auto-Disk this press is faster than the single-stage, with a lot less wasted motion, and I find it less tedious to use. I'm sold. The single stage press has been relegated to bullet-puller duty.

The only real annoyance is the fact that if you go too fast, the momentum carries the turret past the detent, it stops out of register, and you can crumple a case mouth or dent a bullet nose against the edge of the mouth of a die, if you don't notice. If you do notice, you still have to break your rhythm to turn the turret back half a notch. I've gotten a feel for the rhythm of the fastest speed it can tolerate, but I wish I could go faster. I've seen complaints about the Lee turret press's indexing, and I wonder if this may not be the same problem they had. Well, handloading generally rewards patience, methodical precision, and consistency. That's the nature of it.
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Found this to be a great press for a brass beginner. (me) After about 500 rounds I am quite pleased. You can use it as a single stage which was useful in working out the calibration. Once you are comfortable you can turn back to auto indexing if you so desire. Even loading single stage batches it is handy to have the dies in the turret. The ability to get extra turrets and keep your dies set up is really useful. Have only loaded handgun ammo to date so I can't comment on its usefulness for rifle reloads. The one star knock down is for the really poor documentation, both written and online. In hindsight I would have been better off ignoring the Lee material and using common sense and basic mechanical aptitude. And I never thought I would say this but thank goodness for you tube.
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By Fross on March 2, 2011
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This press is built like a tank and will reload anything you throw at it. If you are looking for a press to speed you up from a single stage but do not want to over complicate a rather simple process get this press!
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