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Lee Pro 1000

Postby Coldfinger » Fri Jul 10, 2020 10:25 pm

Anyone got views on the Lee Pro 1000?

I'm thinking about spending fewer hours pulling a lever and filling trays and getting a progressive press instead.

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Re: Lee Pro 1000

Postby flintlok » Sat Jul 11, 2020 1:39 am

I prefer to mix and match between Dillon and Hornady progressive equipment. I like the Dillon press but I prefer the Hornady power measure.however lately I been using a RCBS Rockcrusher single stage press. I have time for small batch loads. I find loading several hundred rounds of single stage loading easier than setting up the progressive press. If I'm loading 1000 rounds plus I'll use the Dillon.
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Re: Lee Pro 1000

Postby leadpig » Sat Aug 22, 2020 9:24 pm

depends on how many your loading at a time, i did not like the leepro, if under 100 i tended to use a lee clasic, if i had to do more i would use the dillon
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