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    I'm a brand snob. When I started I had Lee everything. I had a wife and kids to feed. Now I feel I can afford better and look down on Lee. The only Lee dies I have are 380. The rest of my dies are RCBS, Hornady, Lyman and a Redding crimp die.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coalcracker View Post
    I had a chance at an M1 .30 too for a 100.00. But his moms B/F wanted it.

    That sounds too good to be true. Don't think i have seen any under $700 in quite some time and they were in less desirable condition. Most seem to hover around the 1k mark and up(mostly up). Even universals bring a decent buck around the $500 mark from what i see.
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    Yeah he did not know what he had. He quoted me 125.00 for the 30-30 and 100.00 for the 30 because the woods scratched up. I said ill take them both. But when he came over with the 30-30 he said the 30 his moms B/F wanted. I bet he knew what kind of a deal he got. My neighbor told me i'll be buying his new guns he just bought next year. He said he always buys guns. Has them for a bit, Then sells them cheap.
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    Hornady is dead? What a shame.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coalcracker View Post
    Cool thanks guys. Yes after my brass is fire formed i won't have to resize. I do have some picked up brass to load. Figured i would give the Hornady dies a try. I been using all Lee besides RCBS for 38 spec.
    You still have to resize; you just don't have to full length resize. When I was reloading for my rifles, I neck-sized after initial firing; minimizes working the brass and extends case life.
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    My Lyman dies are on the way. Die set #3
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