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Old 08-17-2009, 00:39   #21
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Old 08-17-2009, 02:00   #22
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I just watched some demos of both the LCT and the Dillon 550. Decisions...
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Old 08-17-2009, 15:57   #23
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I just joined the blue team. Ordering a Dillon 550 from Brian Enos was as easy as it gets.
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Old 01-13-2010, 11:19   #24
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Lee Classic Turret. (LCT)
www.leeprecision.com
This is the press I started with and it’s a great first press. It’s considered an “auto indexing turret” press. You have to pull the handle 4 times to get one completed round. Lee is the only maker who does this type of press. It’s a lot faster then a normal turret and cheaper on top of it all. You can expect to load about 200rds an hour once you get in the groove. You can get a nice LCT kit from http://www.kempfgunshop.com/. Be aware that others sell a kit but the kit includes the dreaded Lee Scale. Avoid them. Kempf’s kit includes:
• Lee Classic Turret Press
• Lee Deluxe 4-Die Set for the pistol caliber of your choice. (3 Die set in 380)
• Lee Auto Disk Powder Measure
• Lee Safety Prime System (Large or Small)
• Lee Auto Disk Riser (Required for the Safety Prime System)
• Six MTM 50 round Plastic Ammo Boxes
I recommend you upgrade the kit to the Pro Auto Disc Powder Measure. Not only does it give you the better powder measure but you also get the Large and Small primer setup. It’s worth it for the powder measure alone. With this kit you do not need a primer turning tray. The Auto Disc powder measure does not have the ability to adjust powder to very small increments like most measures. You simply change “discs” with different size holes to get the charge you want. This gets you pretty close and it works fine. You can add an adjustable charge bar but it does not work well with small charges and some powders. I stopped using mine with TiteGroup and 9mm. Loading larger throws of powder in a .44mag may have been fine. I don’t know, never tried. People say it works better with larger volume charges. Lee even warns you about this on their instructions. The priming system is workable. Some people have had to add a washer under the primer mounting location to get it 100% dialed in. Most people don’t have any trouble doing this slight mod. The LCT is a great, low cost, relatively quick entry into reloading. Once you get it dialed in it’s amazing how much ammo it can make. Caliber changes are so easy it’s unbelievable. You can also easily disable the auto-indexing and convert it to a single stage press. It’s brilliant in its simplicity and function.
Recommended Setup:
Kempfs LCT kit with the Pro Powder measure, Lee 4 Die set, scale, dial calipers and Tumbler.
Here is a very useful thread giving very detailed instructions and pictures on setting up and using the LCT.

http://www.surplusrifle.com/reviews2...ress/index.asp
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Old 03-15-2010, 17:13   #25
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Old 04-07-2010, 23:24   #26
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Very helpful thread. You just told me more than what I've read elsewhere researching for 2 hours. Thank you.

BoxerGlocker, That is a very helpful link as well, thanks.
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Old 04-24-2010, 15:39   #27
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I just realized I have never thanked you for this thread. Thanks
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Old 07-26-2010, 10:34   #28
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great thread and info!!
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Old 11-15-2010, 16:50   #29
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