Welcome to the Lee Precision website

If you are thinking about starting to reload you found the best place to start. Reloading indeed saves you money and no manufacturer saves you more than Lee. Companies need a mission statement or goal so team members know managementís goals. Our mission is simple. Produce the best American made value in reloading tools.

The Lee family has been producing affordable reloading products since 1958. Our great prices come from patented innovative designs. We are thankful to say Lee Precision products are cast, machined and assembled in the USA.

Again if you are just thinking about starting to reload, donít let the recent shortage of reloading supplies discourage you from starting. The buying hysteria has subsided, and supplies of tools and components are now returning to your favorite dealers shelves. Lee Precision has just completed two major additions to our facility, and we are prepared to meet all your reloading needs. Check out our complete line of reloading and casting equipment on our site then visit your local merchant. If you donít have one in your area visit, one of the many online dealers.


John Lee, President

December 5, 2013


Lee Reloading Stand

Recent Entries

New Products
New Products
Category: News
Posted: 01-01-2014 04:32 PM
Views: 51102
The Deluxe Quick Trim Case Trimmer quickly and precisely trims your brass to the correct length at the same time it chamfers the inside and outside of the case mouth.

What do I need to start
What do I need to start
Category: How do I start reloading?
Posted: 04-06-2012 10:49 AM
Views: 85483
If you have no loading equipment and are just getting started, you must consider that these basic steps need to be taken. 1. Resize and de-prime the spent case 2. Prime the spent case 3. Charge the case 4. Seat and crimp (if desired) a new bullet.

Selecting the right die set for your needs
Selecting the right die set for your needs
Category: How do I start reloading?
Posted: 04-06-2012 10:14 AM
Views: 47752
The first step in selecting a die set for a cartridge is to know where and for what purpose the ammo is to be used.