Lee Pacesetter Rifle Dies
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
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
I'm new to the reploading hobby. After speaking with a few people about different products. One stated to purchase the LEE die sets. They will work with RCBS. Low and behold they do. For being new to this they were super easy to figure out and use with the instructions givin. They came complete with everything I needed along with the factory crimp for auto feeding. Even better they are about $5 cheaper then buying RCBS dies. Thanks LEE for a great product and option. I look forward to continue to use this product.
January 29, 2014
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 Lee, the little powder dipper is outdated and useless and almost an insult, save that manuf.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