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I'm looking to get into reloading for not too much cash so that I can increase my accuracy and save some money in the long run. I was looking at this lee reloading kit. I know I would still need dies, some other specific tools (case trimmer etc), and consumables (powder, primers, bullets etc). But what do you guys think of this stuff? Would it be sufficient for reloading accurately and safely?

http://buy.cheaperthandirt.com/53693-66821-1747.html
 

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Nothing wrong with it for a starter kit but if you start shooting a fair amount of pistol rounds it will bore you real fast. It will give you a chance to see how everything works and you can always upgrade later. Good luck.
 

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Take a look at some of the setups on this site. http://www.midwayusa.com/browse/Bro...=19590&categoryString=9315***731***680***8604***

I'm not talking down the Lee equipment, I use a few of their individual tools and they're OK. If you spend a few bucks more and get an RCBS kit, you'll have a press you can use for a long time. Cast iron instead of aluminium. Most all dies fit most all presses, so they can always go with you to your next press. Midway also charges actual shipping, not inflated "handling fees" unless you have a very small order. The firm you mention boosts their fees to cover their sometimes lower advertised prices.
 

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