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    Well, you use what works! Didn't get to grab my bench, simply no room for it.

    I don't have a single press set up, haven't reloaded a round for months, everything is still packed up. So I am very jealous of you for even being able to grab a handle!
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    If anyone out there would like to give the Loadmaster a try, I will let her go for $200 (paid $350). Send me a PM.
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    I have a Lee Load Master that I am very satisfied with, I load a lot of 45 ACP, and 44 magnum on it and have no complaints. the only modification has been to replace the plastic catch box with a 30 cal military ammo can so I don't have to keep dumping the smaller ones, and I built a plexiglass deflector to be sure every round is directed into the ammo can, works great.
    I originally used a Dillon Square deal B untill it started installing the primers in every direction except correct, Dillon kept sending me parts but it did not fix the problem, I finally figured out the plastic wave bearings were worn out and now I use it to load 38's.
    Lee makes a great unit in my experience !

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrianUSA52 View Post
    I have a Lee Load Master that I am very satisfied with, I load a lot of 45 ACP, and 44 magnum on it and have no complaints. the only modification has been to replace the plastic catch box with a 30 cal military ammo can so I don't have to keep dumping the smaller ones, and I built a plexiglass deflector to be sure every round is directed into the ammo can, works great.
    I originally used a Dillon Square deal B untill it started installing the primers in every direction except correct, Dillon kept sending me parts but it did not fix the problem, I finally figured out the plastic wave bearings were worn out and now I use it to load 38's.
    Lee makes a great unit in my experience !
    I am glad you have had a good experience with your loadmaster press. There are three guys in my office that bought the loadmaster and all three of us have sold them due to bad performance...especially with the primer feeders.
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