Lee Breech Lock Challenger Reloading Press

   

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  • SKU: 1485872

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  • Durable, single stage press with ultra-strong O frame
  • Larger than average opening for maximum hand clearance
  • Lever Prime System for easy priming
  • Spent primer catcher directs spent primers straight to the trash can
  • Breech Lock Quick Change die system -  dies change instantly with a twist of the wrist
  • Comes with one Breech Lock quick-change bushing
  • All steel compound toggle linkage - handles sizing the largest magnum cases with ease
  • Adjustable length lever
  • Tough powder coated finish
Simple and effective, the Lee Breech Lock Challenger Reloading Press delivers both strength and ease of use to home reloaders. Featuring the ultra-strong and popular O frame, the Breech Lock Challenger features a larger-than-average opening for maximum hand clearance. The press' all steel compound toggle linkage and adjustable length handle work together to make sizing the largest magnum cases easy. Changing dies in the press is as simple as a twist of your wrist thanks to the Breech Lock Quick Change die system. Press comes with one Breech Lock quick-change bushing. The priming process is a breeze thanks to the press' spent primer catcher and Lever Prime System. Tough powder coated finish. Instructions included.

Manufacturer model #: 90588.
Lee Breech Lock Challenger Reloading Press 5 5 2 2
Great product for the money! I've been using Lee presses and equipment for 20-plus years with no problems. I was impressed with this press; there is no slop at all in the mechanism that I can feel and it works as advertised...almost. It comes with the 'Lever-Prime' system, basically there's a primer arm which sits in the side of the ram. As you raise the ram the arm swings out, allowing a primer to be inserted, and as you lower the ram it swings back in and the case is re-primed at the bottom of the stroke. The primers weren't being inserted fully #I was using Lee shellholders#, causing the cases to hang up in the shellholder. I super-glued a washer to the press underneath where the primer arm hits, which pushed it up enough to fully seat the primers. It works great with the Safety-Prime system too. Overall, you'll get your money's worth out of this product and then some! May 30, 2014
for the money Lee reloading products are the best for the money of any brand out there. I have put thousands of rounds through this press with no appreciable wear. You can pay more, but why? Same result,lower price. December 24, 2013
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