Originally Posted by emt1581
I've got a Lee Load-All but it's for .410.
Is that a typo? I'm assuming you mean that it's NOT
for .410, as they don't make a Load-All for .410 bore. To my knowledge there are no kits available to modify a Load-All for .410 bore.
I too use a MEC 600jr for reloading .410. Nothing special about it except they're small-based and don't want to stand up on their own!! Might want to try the local classifieds for a used one. Even new, they're not too expensive, depending on how much you shoot, it may pay for itself and you'll get a good resale out of it when you're done using it.
Good powder is H110. Many folks say that 2400 is very hard on the shells and reduces life. I've never used it myself in .410 so don't know for sure. Most all hulls are reloadable at least once or twice.
Shotshell loading is all about the 'recipe': match the hull, wad, powder and shot weight.