I just bought an RCBS Rock Chucker Supreme reloading kit - so I am selling/trading off my old setup. I am willing to sell this stuff as a whole kit, individual units, or in part. Just PM or e-mail me for offers, firstname.lastname@example.org
Lee Challenger O frame press, excellent condition, like new. Not the breechlock model - traditional model. Includes Lee Chamfer/Deburring tool and Lee Pocket Primer Cleaner, and the Lee Perfect Powder measure - Like new, I've used it maybe 3 or 4 times... Press, powder thrower, and tools for $65 shipped.
RCBS Rangemaster 750 digital scale - comes with original box, check weights, paperwork, everything like it came new, like new condition. $85 shipped.
RCBS 505 scale - brand new, still in box, NEVER used. This is what came with my Rock Chucker kit - but I am going to stick with my 10-10 scale and sell/trade this one. Never even been opened. $80 shipped.
RCBS Hand Priming tool - mint condition, still in factory box with both small and large primer rods and shell holder units. Not the APS version, this is the one that uses standard shellholders. $35 shipped.
Lyman VLD De-burring tool. Lightly used, like new.
Lee Case Trimmer w/ lock stud and case length gauges w/ shellholders for .223 Rem and .308 Win.
RCBS Powder Funnel - brand new, never used. Came with the new kit. I am going to stick with my Lyman funnel as it fits my .17 cases better than the RCBS does.
I am willing to sell this entire kit for $150 shipped (only one scale though). I am also willing to trade for just about anything handloading related/gun related.
.30-06 micrometer Dies - I have a set handed down to me from my grandfather, he bought these dies merely months before he died... I have used them to load less than 100 rounds. It is a 2 die set by Herter's, a resizing die and a micrometer-style seater die with no crimp groove. Both have dual lock-rings and chrome finish. These dies are not included with my "package" offer!
Dies only- $20 shipped.
I also have an extra shellholder that I will throw in with the "package" - a Hornady, number 16 if I remember correctly.... I used it for .223 Rem.