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Newbie from NE TN

PostPosted: 06 Feb 2019 18
by rdvance
Hey guys newbie from the upper east corner of TN. After a long time looking I just ordered one of the new value turret kit.

Re: Newbie from NE TN

PostPosted: 06 Feb 2019 19
by Old Scribe
Welcome aboard from the State of Jefferson. Don't be shy about reloading questions. What will you be reloading for?

Re: Newbie from NE TN

PostPosted: 06 Feb 2019 19
by Ranch Dog
Welcome!

Re: Newbie from NE TN

PostPosted: 06 Feb 2019 21
by RBHarter
Welcome from the West side of Arkansas.

Re: Newbie from NE TN

PostPosted: 06 Feb 2019 21
by mr surveyor
welcome from NE Texas


jd

Re: Newbie from NE TN

PostPosted: 07 Feb 2019 07
by Et2ss
Come on in and set a spell!

You'll find LOTS of good info here

Re: Newbie from NE TN

PostPosted: 07 Feb 2019 10
by rdvance
I just ordered the lee value turrent package and a safety prime to go on it. Ill be loading for 300 blackout first. But also plan to load 45 colt,6.5 grendel,9mm and 5.56? possibly just depends its pretty cheap right now.

Re: Newbie from NE TN

PostPosted: 07 Feb 2019 12
by orerancher
Greetings from Oregon.

Re: Newbie from NE TN

PostPosted: 07 Feb 2019 14
by Et2ss
rdvance wrote:I just ordered the lee value turrent package and a safety prime to go on it. Ill be loading for 300 blackout first. But also plan to load 45 colt,6.5 grendel,9mm and 5.56? possibly just depends its pretty cheap right now.



I just recently acquired a Classic Turret myself. It had an Inline Fabrication reverse rod & case kicker with it. I imagine that would really speed up the bulk reloading process.

All of my Grendel reloading, up until recently has been done on my RockChucker, however I recently got a Lyman All American 8 turret that I set my dies up on. That thing is like a tank, and some reviews show almost no runout on loaded cartridges. I've not seen any reports on the Lee Value Turret for that

Re: Newbie from NE TN

PostPosted: 07 Feb 2019 15
by Macd
Welcome to the forum and the reloading/hand loading community. No question is too small or large to ask here.