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Old Glory  

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. Our mission is simple: Produce the best American made value in reloading tools.

Exciting times at Lee Precision. We have and are about to introduce a host of new products. One of the new products is the Spline Drive Breech Lock bushing. We anodized the bushings to make die identification positive and easy. The new bushings looked so sharp and patriotic, the staff couldn’t resist laying out “Old Glory” above with these American made beauties.

The custom high strength extrusion used to manufacture the new Spline drive bushings was perfect for what I call the “Ultimate Lock Ring.” Lee owners of breech lock equipped presses or quick change turrets don’t need them, but anyone with an old style press that is simply threaded 7/8-14 will love these new lock rings. If you have one of those old “work horse” presses, and it has a replaceable die bushing, you're in luck. We now offer an 1 1/4-12 update kit and 1 1/2-12 update kit so you can enjoy the convenience of quick change dies.

Late last year I was granted a US patent for a new type of case processing press referred to by the US patent office as the “Automatic processing press.” We call it the APP. The new press will size bullets, swage primer pockets, deprime cases, and bulge bust as fast as you can cycle the lever. It is also the most convenient single station reloading press ever made. Click the picture and catch all the details.

Check out our complete line of reloading and casting equipment on our site, then visit your local merchant. If you are not blessed with a local dealer, one of the many online dealers will quickly and economically fill your order.

Sincerely,

John Lee
President

October 30, 2019

Deluxe APP Press Bullet Sizing

APP PRESS

Recent Entries

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 02:02 PM
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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.

What do I need to start
What do I need to start
Category: How do I start reloading?
Posted: 04-06-2012 02:02 PM
Views: 164508
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.