Lee Pacesetter Rifle Dies

   

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.222 Remington

.22-250 Remington

.223 Remington

.243 Winchester

.270 Winchester

7mm Remington Magnum

.30-30 Winchester

.308 Winchester

.30-06 Springfield

.300 Winchester Magnum

.444 Marlin

.45-70 Government

Produce factory-like ammo with improved utility and accuracy with Lee Pacesetter Rifle Dies. Each comes with a full-length sizer, bullet seater and roll crimper, shell holder, factory crimp die, and powder dipper.

NOTE: Dies for the .300 WSM (888-617-11), .444 MARLIN (888-616-10) and .45-70 GOV(888-616-11) do not come with a factory crimp die. The .444 MARLIN and .45-70 GOV come with an expanding die instead. The .300 WSM is a two-die set, containing the sizer die and bullet seater/roll crimper.

Rated 5 out of 5 by 16 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Lee Pacesetter Rifle Dies 223/5.56 Nice dies for the money. RCBS dies get stuck cases too often, Redding costs too much. The big advantage with the Lee Pacesetter dies is the crimp die. No other manufacturer can match the price of this set considering the crimp die is thrown in as a bonus, and necessary for semi-auto rifles. I bought these for my AR15. No problems so far. Lee, the little powder dipper is outdated and useless and almost an insult, save that manuf. costs to lower the price. July 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by .223 remington I've purchased the lee's 223 Remington pace setter dies and i love them i was forced to purchase the rcb dies from my local gun store it's cost me a fortune with the lee's die i'm able to decap military brass with the resizing die and so much easier to sure with the rcb i was constantly had to fix the bullet seating die with lee's once it's set it's set. i'll never go back to anything but lee's. i also have .303 british, .270 win and 30/06 with lee's October 13, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by rifle dies Awesome. Works great. Very easy to use. Should last awhile July 25, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best for your buck Never been disappointed , does what needs to get done! May 20, 2012
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does Lee make dies for 6 MM rifle or can the 243 dies work for a 6 MM
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Yes-check out lee's website at leeprecision.com
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The same shell holder will work does for me.
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Lee does have dies for 6mm (assume you mean 6mm Rem). 243 is not the same and will not work correctly.
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Yes and they will work in almost all presses that are standard die sized, 7/8- 14"
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All standard Lee dies work with Breech lock press with the use of Breech lock bushings, the Breech Lock press kit comes with bushings or you can order them separate
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Yes they will work fine in the Lee Press.
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First attempt at rifle reloading, just making sure I buy the right equipment.
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yes these will work for an ar15, assuming it is chambered in 223 rem and those are the dies you purchase
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The perfect dies set for the AR platform considering the crimp die comes with the set.
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Well you picked a honey to start with! Lee dies will work fine. You'll need to trim well and get something to remove the military primer crimp on fired brass. I use a pilot bit on a drill press. Don't use Rem 6.5 primers, use 7.5 or CCI.
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i use .223 remington dies to reload my 5.56 nato rounds for the ar and my sl8 works great
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These Lee dies are the same ones I have been using since 2001 to load my 223 REM loads.
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They sure will. Don't forget to get the crimp die, also.
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The pacesetter die set you want for .223 is the item number: 38-888-616-02
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This is great for all size casings from .22 to .50 cal. It will work just fine on .223, 5.62, or 7.62 casings.
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Lee 90572 is a 2 die set for the .270WSM.
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are the lee dies 7/8 14 thread?
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Yes they are 7/8- 14"
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Yes they definately are standard 7/8-14.
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The Lee dies are set to the standard 7/8 x 14 TPI most other dies use.
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Yes, they ae.
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Yes, they will.
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You can use just 2 of the available stages for these dies or can add the additional collet crimp die that lee makes. I use it in the 308 caliber.
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i have a four stage and it works fine u just have a empty space thats all
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In pistol format, if available, get the Lee Carbide 4 die set which includes expander/powder charger and the factory crimp.

For rifle, I would suggest the Lee Deluxe Rifle 3 die set which includes sizing for full and neck. Just add a few bucks to get the rifle die Powder Charger and a Factory Crimp in addition to run on your 4 stage setup.

Those are my kits, hope this helps
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