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    Personally, I believe someone new to reloading should get a single stage press. Slower, but less to go wrong as you get into it, and allows you to inspect all your cases after powder charging to make sure each case is properly charged prior to bullet seating. A squib load, or case with no powder can have dire consequences. Go to the sub-forum on reloading as suggested, and read up. There are a lot of good posts there to learn from. Also, I highly recommend the Lyman reloading handbook, as it contains data for jacketed and cast bullets.
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    Every reloader needs at least two reloading manuals. The Lee manual has a lot of good information on reloading "how to" that's worth reading several times.
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    Welcome aboard. Someone more smarter than I (about reloading) will point you somewhere where I would not, cause I don't know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pgrass101 View Post
    Welcome and please repost your reloading question in the reloading sub-forum.


    You usually buy a set of reloading dies that you swap out to do all of the actions.

    See Hand Gun Dies - Lee Precision
    I would need to get a bullet cleaner, a load tumbler (how important is a casing tumber in your honest opinion). I also heard that the Lee Pro reloader has a problem with the Primer loader is this true or just hear say. Can you think of anything else Il need besides bullets in order to get up and running or reloading??

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    Hello, Jonathan, and welcome from Missouri to this great forum. Good folks and LOTS of info here!
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    Welcome to the forum, Jonathan.
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    Welcome from Illinois Jonathon.

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