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The Hornady Lock-N-Load Classic Reloading Kit features the Lock-N-Load Classic single-stage press, Lock-N-Load powder measure, magnetic scale, reloading handbook, three Lock-N-Load die bushings, primer catcher, Positive Priming System, handheld priming tool, universal reloading block, chamfering and deburring tool, primer turning plate, and One Shot case lube.

Manufacturer model #: 085003.  
Hornady® Lock-N-Load® Classic™ Reloading Kit 4 5 1 1
Order these items also! This is a great set but it is incomplete and you will not be able to use this without the following items: 1. A shell holder for your caliber shell used for the actual press and for the primer tool. 2. A die set for your caliber shell. 3. A means in which to clean your shells (i.e. shell washer. (be sure to order media to put in washer also) 4. A primer pocket brush. 5. Primers for your specific shell. (This is what makes the gun go boom) 5. And finally bullets (that is unless you want to wait the 8-10 weeks for the rebate bullets to arrive) That's it! Now go have fun with this great machine and awesome hobby!!! January 2, 2011
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No it will not reload .410 ,but Hornady does make a shotgun press that will reload .410.
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will this for a 410

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nope. pistol and rifle only.
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No it is made for metallic shell reloading.Hornady does make a shotgun press.
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Fish, Why u say Rcbs is better for new handloaders? What are some of the must haves a newby needs beside what comes in this kit? I saw some neat xtras on tv show such as primer bore, case trimmer and a few others are all these needed? can one powder work in 270WSM, 270, 30 30 or do I need different powders?
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Never used the lock and load so, no comment
As for powder. Bullet choice makes a huge difference in powder choice but NO.
The 270 and 270 WSM can share powder. Nosler recommends RL19(Reloader) but the 30 30 shares no powder brand or speed in my books. Nosler recommends Varget. I would probably use IMR4895.
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eventually they will be needed. as far as powder goes look i a reloading book or on hogdon's website for reloading data!
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It is a start to reload them all as it is capable.There are dies for each caliber he will need.The book that comes with it will guide him through each caliber he needs.This press is well thought out in it's angle of hand approach as you cycle through the reloading process.Making everything more comfortable,and visual.
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No you will have to buy shell plates for his calibers. Some plates may fit multiple calibers- some maybe specific to one caliber. Go to hornady's website with a list of your cartridge type and cross refernce it on their shell plate/shell holder fit chart. Something he will need later is a scale for reloading, trimmer with a chamfer/deburrer tool and calipers accurate to .0005 at least. As this was posted a while ago I hope this helps you or anyone else looking.
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Yes this and then get the die sets for his calibers he has.
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It is not only a good starter,but it is a great standard.I have several re-loaders,and I'm buying this one just because it is what I think is the best single press made.
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in a word yes as long as it is the classic kit. After a year or so or once you get a hang of it then get a progressive press
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Yes this is a great machine to buy first and get you started..
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this is a good choice but i would recomend a rcbs press kit to start out with
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this one will work
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The Hornady classic kit is a great kit that will last a lifetime. If you want to go faster then get their Hornady L-N-L AP press set.

Then a reloading manual, dies for your calibers.

The manual will tell you what powders, primers and bullets works best.
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Lee make a good reloader, at a good price.
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