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Old 10-08-2011, 04:27 PM
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Quality reloading equipment

Hi all,
I知 new here, my name is Greg. I知 thinking to buy reloading equipment from scratch. In Poland where I live there is no much information about such things, so I ask for advise. It is going to cost me few bobs to get it sent to Poland where I live, so I知 looking for the good quality stuff. Could you be kind and shear with me your opinion about good equipment, please. I will work on 38 special, 6.5x55 Swedish, 9mm para, 0.308 Win mag and 0.338 Lapua magnum. I do not mind to pay good money for the equipment but I need something to last and work perfectly. Any suggestion?
Many thanks.
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Old 10-08-2011, 04:53 PM
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I have been reloading for over 40 years and I use RCBS or Redding equipment.
Rock Chucker is still chucking rocks from 22-250 to 416 remington magnum. Does pistols from 9mm to 460 S&W
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Old 10-08-2011, 07:21 PM
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Get the Rock Chucker Supreme kit. Comes with almost everything you need. Get some dies, powder, primers, brass, bullets and a shell holder and you will be set to reload. For your pistol you might be interested in casting your own bullets. Look into Lee molds and the lee production pot.
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Old 10-08-2011, 10:29 PM
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Re: Quality reloading equipment

RCBS, Redding, Lyman, Hornady all make quality equipment.
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Old 10-09-2011, 04:34 AM
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I strongly recommend that you contact Sinclair International -

Top Rated Supplier of Firearm Reloading Equipment, Supplies, and Tools - Sinclair Intl

They have an extensive line of reloading products, they are a great source for expert advice, and they are familiar with overseas shipping.
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Hi all,
I知 new here, my name is Greg. I知 thinking to buy reloading equipment from scratch. In Poland where I live there is no much information about such things, so I ask for advise. It is going to cost me few bobs to get it sent to Poland where I live, so I知 looking for the good quality stuff. Could you be kind and shear with me your opinion about good equipment, please. I will work on 38 special, 6.5x55 Swedish, 9mm para, 0.308 Win mag and 0.338 Lapua magnum. I do not mind to pay good money for the equipment but I need something to last and work perfectly. Any suggestion?
Many thanks.
go back and do a little research on various pieces of equipment. I use a Forster Co-Ax press and mostly Forster dies, but do own a few other brands here and there. Also have an RCBS press for odd jobs that are harder to do on the Co-Ax. I wouldn't bother with micometer head dies, unless you just gotta have them. I use a little Lyman 55 measurer and a Harrell, the Harrell is probably way over the top for your needs. I sometimes seat primers with the Forster, but most of the time I do it with a K&M hand priming tool. You'll need a case trimmer, and recommend the Wilson as I think it cuts the squarest. You'll also need a powder trickeler and a scale of some kind. Some folks like the old style beam scales and others like digital ones. I use three different PACTS.

Sinclair used to sell a book on precision reloading, and I do recommend this book! I got mine from Fred before it was ever published, and it was an education in itself.
gary
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Re: Quality reloading equipment

Amen to the RCBS rock chucker, got mine back in 1974
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