Lee Pro 1000 Reloader

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  1. Oneil

    Oneil
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    Thanks fellas the reloader is sold.

    Lee Pro 1000 progressive reloader. This unit is complete with press, powder measure, 8 shell tubes, 3 base carriages, 5 quick change die turrets, 4 shell base plates, 3 primer trays, all 4 powder measures, die sets for .357 mag. and .44 Rem. mag, instructions and parts lists, and miscellaneous small parts. I don't know too much about this press I took it as a partial trade, thought I might use it but decided to stick with what I'm used to. I'd take $175, or consider trades for;
    .22 revolver or semi auto pistol
    .22 semi auto rifle
    .40 cal semi auto
    .38 cal revolver
    .223 ammo (not Wolf)
    I'm willing to kick in some $$$ for the right gun.
    http://s703.photobucket.com/albums/ww32/oneil50/Lee%20Reloader/
    call me (Dan) at 503-730-4471
    Last edited by Oneil; Today at 08:29 AM. Reason: Price change/bump
     
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  2. RockKrawler

    RockKrawler
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    Tried to look at the link you posted for pictures,but all it gives me is advertisement for VDay.
    RK
     
  3. jquirit

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    Yeah, I'd be curious about pics as well. I left you a voicemail in case you still have it available. - Jon
     
  4. Oneil

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    I think I may have the right link this time, give it another try, let me know if you still have trouble.
     
  5. Gunner3456

    Gunner3456
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    That is a very, very good buy. Someone new to reloading my not realize that the accessories you are offering with that would cost more than the press. In fact, they would cost more than $175 without the press.

    It is mostly for pistol, but it will load up to .223/5.56 rifle. Once you get good with it, it is really fast. Being very attentive and careful, I can crank out 200 rounds per hour with it, but I know people who claim to be a lot faster.
     
  6. MilesTeg

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    Are the pictures discolored or is there some rust on the press and loading plate?
     
  7. thor

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    pm sent
     
  8. Gunner3456

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    It is normal for all presses in any brand I've seen to get minor surface rust in some areas if they are stored and used in unheated space such as a garage. That is very, very normal and very minor. In particular it is a common place for a Lee. It doesn't hurt a thing. :)
     
  9. Oneil

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    Thanks Gunner3456, it's in very good shape with no rust that I know of...Oneil
     
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    Welcome. I can't believe someone hasn't bought this. I have more equipment than I'll ever need or that would already be mine. :thumbup:
     
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