Reloading Kit

Discussion in 'Equipment Discussions' started by jpbaker, Jul 11, 2011.

  1. jpbaker

    jpbaker Well-Known Member

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    Hey again, this question may have already been asked, but I sure could not find it.

    I currently dont reload, been wanting to start for over a year, but $$$.

    So now I think im going to "just do it."


    Question, what entry level kit, has the best bang for the buck.

    I see there are several Lee kits and Hornady Classic.

    Any thoughts?
     
  2. WyoElk2Hunt

    WyoElk2Hunt Well-Known Member

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    They all have good kits I have been an RCBS fan for years and I still am. Single stage works good and is cheaper.
     

  3. Topgun 30-06

    Topgun 30-06 Well-Known Member

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    You can't beat RCBS and they replace anything with no questions asked if something happens even if it's the user's fault.
     
  4. fj40mojo

    fj40mojo Well-Known Member

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    #3 vote for RCBS. The Rockchucker Master Reloading Kit is pretty hard to beat. I'd steer a wide path around anything that says Lee on it except for the Factory Crimp Die.
     
  5. jpbaker

    jpbaker Well-Known Member

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    TKS for the info guys.

    I am watching some kits on ebay, trying to keep this under $300. We will see how this turns out. I was looking at the lyman t-mag @ cabelas, but little more than i wanted to spend. Plus, this is a hobby not a profession for me, so yeah.


    TKS guys,

    JPB
     
  6. FEENIX

    FEENIX Well-Known Member

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    I got mine at BassPro for $299 ~ 3 years ago and am very pleased with it ...

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