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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.  

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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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will this for a 410

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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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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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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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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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