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The RCBS Rock Chucker Supreme Master Reloading Kit contains all the gear you need to start loading like a pro! Includes the single-stage Supreme Press, 5-0-5 scale, Uniflow powder measure, Speer reloading manual, hand priming tool, hex key set, case loading block, case lube kit, powder funnel, and deburring tool.

Manufacturer model #: 09357.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Solid basics AWESOME KIT! This kit is perfect for both beginners and experienced reloaders. I would only advise two things to consider. 1) Don't use the built-in primer "thingy" unless you practice finesse. Many a good man (and dummies like me) can over-seat your primers into the case with dents. The hand priming tool let's you "feel" the primer seat perfectly. 2) Only the RCBS shell holder will fit your hand priming tool. But, ANY shell holder will slide into the press just fine. Hornady, Lee, Lyman, yada, yada, are all good. Don't compare them to death. RCBS just happens to be what I ended up with. NO REGRETS. EASY & RELIABLE USE. December 20, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great, but be prepared to spend This is a great kit for a beginner, very well made, quality components, feeling of durability. The bad: the instructions for setting up are not great, you will need to go out to youtube to really get a feel for this. Not included in this kit, but essential: 1. Case trimmer (essential) 2. Calipers (essential) 3. Primer pocket cleaner (optional) Additionally, if you are reloading any military brass (5.56, 7.62 etc) you will need to get a primer swager to address the crimped primers in military grade brass. Other than that, very good. June 24, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Incomplete Glad I was able to find this online, however, upon unpacking, I discovered the press was missing the spent primer collection tray. I contacted RCBS direct, one week ago, and have not heard back from them. I'm sure they will take carte of it though. March 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Good purchase Have not used it yet. I am new to reloading. I am very excited tohave it January 30, 2013
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Yes you can. It's a standard press for any standard die set. (just check the threads if not sure)
I have some Lee and Hornady dies (for example) that work fine. Most are "standard" fit.
SIDE NOTE: Nothing to do with the press: I have discovered, first-hand, that a Lee shell holder does not fit my RCBS hand priming tool because of a bevel. I simply have to spend an extra $7 if I want to buy a Lee die and still use the hand tool. (NOT an issue if you use the built-in primer seater on the press itself)
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Yes, it will take both standard RCBS size dies.
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Yes, all dies with the standard 7/8x14 thread pattern will work.
This is the most common die threading!
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This particular kit is for Handgun or Rifle cartridges. (Bullet-type ammo only)
Shotguns use a different kind of components and process.
You want to search using the term "SHOTSHELL PRESS" or "Shotshell reloader". Just as fun and rewarding as making cartridges! Check the next aisle in the reloading section of Bass Pro.
Hope this launches a fun experience!
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You cannot load shotgun shells on a Rock Chucker.

You will need a Shotgun press for that. Check out the Lee Shotgun reloaders and the MECs.
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No. Just throw the rock. Your arm is good enough. :)
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RCBS Primer assemblies will work with this press
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The RCBS Master Reloader will not handle a 50 caliber BMG or larger. Anything smaller should be fine.
The hard part is finding the die and components.
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Yes, you will need to buy a shell holder and dies for your caliber which are extra.
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Yes, the 204 RUGER dies will work with this press...Remember to also get the proper shell holder #10 to go with the dies!
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Yes anything .17 to short of .50 bmg. .50 bmg takes special presses unless you want to go through a lot of trouble.
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My family has been using RCBS equipment for years. The Rockchucker will reload any (we have from .243 up to .358STA wildcat) but you must have the correct dies for it. RCBS offers entry and higher level dies and we have used both and had no issues. It is wise to pick up their reloading manual so you know the loads to start with.
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can I use this for 44mag.

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also will work for 12ga shot gun
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This RCBS kit will allow you to reload any normal handgun or rifle cartridge, including Dirty Harry's baby.
You will need a different set-up and press for "shotshell reloading" like a 12 gauge shotgun. It's a different process altogether.
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44 mag yes any standard center fire pistol or rifle round w/o being .50 bmg yes. shotguns take their own type of press. The rockchucker has a progressive press attachment so it may have a progressive shotgun press attachment but they are gauge specific.
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It can be used for reloading almost any pistol calibre including the .44 mag. You will need a shotshell reloading kit for loading shotgun shells. This particular kit is for rifle and pistol cartridges. I have used the RCBS Rockchucker Kit for many years and have loaded thousands of rounds. It is an excellent product!
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I need 9 mm & 380 primers

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I want to buy the rock chucker press for reloading but can't seem to find primers
anyone have any suggestions
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I have an RCBS set-up and love it. Don't let the "component dry spell" discourage you from a fun hobby. I hate the hunt for handgun powders, primers, bullets, etc. It is a temporary problem in may areas of our country.
Just keep an eye out and call your local shops frequently.
Now if you're willing to pay a salty HAZMAT shipping fee, you can usually find what you need online. anywhere. Anytime. But I'm too cheap to give in.
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Both 9mm and .380 use small pistol primers. Bass sells several different manufacturers primers. Personally, I use all CCI, but other manufacturers are just as good. Really depends on what you want and what's available locally to you !
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I would recommend checking with one of the Bass Pro Shops Retail Stores or with RCBS. I hope this helps. Thanks

Store Locations: www.basspro.com/stores.
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Any normal rifle cartridge smaller than a 50 BMG will load in the rock chucker.
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You can just squeeze a 50 cal, which I think is the upper limit.
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way longer than most coventional cartridges are, though if you want to load 50 bmg i would get a 50 bmg press
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It will handle any loads I have ever heard of.
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Yes. Just get the dies and components.
I would obviously get a reloading caliper & case trimmer if you're gonna spend the money to start rifle reloading.
And something to clean your brass, and one of those neat reloading thingies. And some other cool gadgets and gizmos. and something to put it on and in. and heck, maybe another gun to go with all that ammo....
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Yes, just buy the relevant shell holder and dies.
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Yes we have used it for . 300 Win Mags with no problems.
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yes, with the appropiate die set.
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Yes, I have used this same one for years. Has plenty of leverage and press opening for this and all the other belted mag cases.
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