Just a word to the wise... Beware the purchase of a reloading press/kit from Wholesale Sports. They are careless in putting crap back on the shelves when they should be returned to the vendor. Here's my tale..... Last Thursday (July 8), I went to the Vancouver, WA store to purchase a Hornady Lock N Load AP press. I did so with several other items including shell plates, book and dies. When I got home, the lnl bushings were missing as well as who knows what else. No manual, no other info or warranty card. Took it back the next day (1st return 50+ mile round trip). Store said they did not have another in stock but that the Lacy, WA store had 3. They called, verified the bushings were there and we worked out that they would pay for the shipping to my home for a "new" press. Fast forward 5 days. Received the "new" press Wednesday (July 14) via Fed Ex. Opened it and the manual was there. So were warranty cards and some other lit. Everything else was jumbled in the package in the press compartment. That included the powder measure UNDER the press. Needless to say when I examined the powder measure there were scores in the mechanism. Called the hunting manager. All he could do was to offer me a $10 in store credit and take the press back. Slap a customer in the face time, eh? I bundled it all back up, took the other items that I had purchased at the store and bee-lined it back to return the crap again (2nd 50+ mile round trip). When I got there the hunting dept manager at least understood and felt bad that he was limited in what he could offer. Of course they could re-order the item from another store (are you kidding me?) but no ability to directly ship from Hornady (which would have satisfied me as I then had a line to the shop). But, they were blaming Lacy, Hornady and anyone but themselves. So I was returning the crap and asked to speak to the manager. So sorry, but only could give me $25 gift card. So, maybe I am being a little too sensitive but I left the store without the 2nd slap in the face but with my CC credited and a pissed off ex-customer. So, unless it is something that I just happen to need and it is a single item in its own packaging that Wholesale Sports cannot open, there is no way I will purchase from them again. I also recommend you don't either. The treatment I received was more than pathetic for a customer that had spent $600+ at that time and was going to be spending more. BEWARE WHOLESALE SPORTS in any city is my warning to you. Sodbuster PS -- there is a good side to this story that will come in the next post and after I receive the goods from Hornady.