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    Default Lee Breechlock Kit

    Any opinions or experience with the Lee Breechlock handloading kit? I've read lots of good things about it. I am looking to just get started and learn how to properly handload, not pump out a thousand rounds. Would this kit be a good starter? I would start with 7mm Rem Mag, 338 Win Mag, and 45 ACP if that matters.

    Thanks, schmidty

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    I like Lee products. Most handloaders who don't like Lee really just seem say, "Well, it's so cheap it can't be good."

    The Breachlock system is cool, but I don't seem to spend THAT much time screwing my dies into my presses.

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    Does that kit come with an alum. or cast stl. press? My buddy bought the aniv. kit from lee and we did notice it has a very small amount of flex to it. Other than that the kit seems to be very functional. You could always pick up a used RCBS press at a later date if you wanted to. Then you could set up your lee press to deprimer only. I would try and get a few lessons from someone to get you going as well.

    Jake

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