Lee Value Four Hole Turret Press Kit

   

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  • Smart choice for faster ammo reloading
  • Contains everything you need but the dies for reloading
  • Turret Press - near progressive press speed with single stage press simplicity, sizes largest magnum cases with ease
  • Auto Disk Powder Measure - measure designed primarily for handgun reloading
  • Safety Scale - magnetically dampened for speed, unmatched for sensitivity
  • Primer pocket cleaner - double ended design cleans both large and small primer pockets
  • Cutter and lock stud - trims cases with a base diameter less than .475
  • Chamfer tool - deburrs cases after trimming
Produce top quality pistol ammo in a hurry with the Lee Value Four Hole Turret Press Kit. This kit gives you everything but the dies for reloading nearly as fast as a progressive press with the ease of a single stage press. Ideal for handgun ammo reloading, this kit starts with a Four Hole Turret Press with Auto Index. This compound leverage turret press sizes largest magnum cases with ease and gives you a finished round with four pulls of the lever. The Auto Disk Powder Measure and Safety Scale give you perfectly sized loads every time. The Primer Pocket Cleaner features a double ended design to clean both large and small primer pockets. Finally, the Cutter and Lock Stud tool trims cases with a base diameter less than .475, while the chamfer tool deburrs the cases after trimming for smoother and easier reloading. Comes with detailed instructions.

Manufacturer model #: 90928.
Lee Value Four Hole Turret Press Kit 3.5 5 4 4
Nickle and Dime I recently bought the Lee Deluxe Press and a set of Rifle Dies. Thought I was set, so far I've been back two times buying things that I thought were part of the kit. This has me re-thinking purchasing anything from Lee. Initial purchase was cheaper than others, but when you add in all the other costs just to make it work it gets expensive quick. For example the Cutter and Lock Stud tool needs a shell case length in order to trim longer shells(not Included# if you have to double stack the Auto Disk Powder Measure you have to buy extenders #not Included). Rifle die set does not have a powder thru die and the list continues.. November 12, 2014
Very good press I have owned this press for over two years now. The press is really nice and provides great value for the money. The 4 hole turret is awesome and makes the press as close as it gets to an auto press, especially with the auto indexing ability of this press. The auto indexing is not recommended for 270 win or larger. The press is designed with hand gun loads in mind (I think) because of the low profile of it. The distance between the turret and the ram is not too long. I have used the turret for rifle reloading, which it does pretty well. However, with larger calibers, even with the loading ram pushed all the way down, inserting a large rifle case such as 300 win mag needs a little maneuvering. It is still doable, and I have loaded so many 300 win mag cases with it, but just note that the press does not provide much room for that. Overall, what you get (for the money) is a great deal. May 25, 2014
Lee Precision As for the item, good for the value. As for the company? I will not buy or recommend any product from this company due to a rude remark in an email from John Lee , president recently in an email asking for advice, help or recommendations on one of their products. May 9, 2014
The Lee Value Turret This review may be a little biased, because I have never owned another turret press, but this turret functions near flawlessly even after loading over 5000 rounds of 9mm. The powder measure is dead on, however the reason I rated this a 4 instead of a 5 is the powder measure. The powder measure, although accurate only allows you to make loads in 0.3 grain increments - e.g. 4.3 grain, 4.6 grains, 4.9 grains etc. Unless you buy the powder measure bar, or the double stack kit. In addition the powder measure does not clear the primer feed. You are required to buy the $9.00 riser to clear the primer feed. Aside from that it is pretty user friendly and I have not had any major issues. May 17, 2013
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With this set you need a set of caliber specific dies(make sure it has a powder thru die as well as a case crimper, either a hand primer tool( shell holder set sold separately) or the safety primer set. The case trimmer included in the Lee kit also needs a set of case length rods. I would suggest a shell hammer, a powder funnel and a plastic case holder.
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A good reloading guide is recommended, I would suggest the hard back Lee book, not sure on the version.
After using the scale I am sure you will want to upgrade to a better scale plus a digital pocket scale is handy for set up. A set of calipers is needed for measureing OAL and cases .
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Contains everything you need but the dies for reloading and the items you have mentioned, per the manufacturer.
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I am not sure about the sizes of these loads on the overall length, but if they are less than a 30-06 they will work. I use my lee turret press and with a little work can load a 30-06 using Lyman dies.
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The Lee 4 Hole Turret Press is recommneded for handgun's only because it is only capable of loading cartridges with an overall length of 2.313" or less. Anything longer would require the turret to be manually advanced.
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I just reloaded my first 30/30 and other than needing to buy a bunch of addition equipment that I thought was included it worked well.
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I use mine mainly for .357/.38 , 9 mm, and .45 ACP, just recently started loading 30.06 using a set of used Lyman dies. The length of the case and bullet is longer than the press length and have to put the case in the holder, then put the bullet up in the seat die then seat the bullet. Have to angle the shell when removed from the press , but it will work. My OAL is 3.25 on the load. Shorter loads than the '06 should work.
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Yes I have reloaded up to a 30-06 on this press but you will need an extra set of powder disks for the charges. The 30-06 was a tight squeeze that's about as large a shell I would try.
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