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OK, OK, I know they are not perfect, that's not my question. My ? is: Does anyone know if/where a person could get the Lee Load All (ya know, those do it all, no press needed) Loaders? They don't list a current one, did they ever make one, or does someone else make one?
 

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I know you are looking for the Lee Tool. But I know someone (me), That has the Lyman 310 Tool in .30 Luger. You would have to buy a set of handles though. I would want $10.00 plus shipping if your interested.

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Dave,
Thanks, can you tell me a little more about the tool. Specifically, what else would I need (besides handles) to start reloading the 30? And, do you know if the handles are available?
Thanks for helping out the new guy.
 

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Barrett,
Yes, the handles are available...at least at the Gun Shows where the guys with the old tools are. I think Lyman may still have them in their catalog also. If you don't have a scale to weigh powder with (I recommend this highly!!!!), you would need a set of the Lee powder measures (scoops). I really don't like scooping powder with the Lee scoops since there is such a variation in weights that can be (Accidently) obtained. Especially since you are measuring versus weighing very small charges!! The Lyman 310 dies do not full length resize the case,...only the neck is resized to hold the bullet. This is perfectly OK if you are loading ammunition for only one gun. The dies also replace the primer and seat the new bullet. I suggest you obtain an older Lyman reloading book and read the beginning about setting up , precautions etc.

Dave
 
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