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 reloading dies Every thing worked great. The advertisement shows the round kit holder but does not come with it. It comes in a box like all the rest. The price is outstanding...Thanks December 14, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good Value Lee dies are by far the best value for the money for people who reload as a hobby. I would order Lee dies again should I need to reload for a new caliber. September 24, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great deal I have reloaded for years and have used 4 or 5 other brands. I find Lee's every bit as good as any I have ever used. I have not, however, used any competition dies (too expensive). I know that Lee dies are good and most are cheaper than the other brands. I like the factory crimp dies and try to always get them for the calibers I use. The only thing I can recommend is to buy a carbide die if it is available in the caliber you want because you don't have to lube them. I don't believe they are available in necked cartridges, however. December 11, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Dies I have used the Lee dies for sometime now and have never had a problem. They consistently make accurate ammo for all of my rifles. They come with a shell holder and reloading data, which you will have to buy extra with other dies. The only dies I own are Lee and I can get M.O.A. accuracy in all my rifles with Lee. October 9, 2009
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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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