Setting up used lee turret press

Discussion in 'Ammunition & Reloading' started by Stoneage, Sep 6, 2013.

  1. Stoneage

    Stoneage
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    This is the press I got for free.
    What am I missing?
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    These are some of the parts that came with it.
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  2. deadeye

    deadeye
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    The round turret with the three holes goes in it from the top. Do those turrets have a square indent on the other side in the middle, if so you also need the auto index rod and actuator for the ram. You also need the primer tool insert.
     
  3. bellarum

    bellarum
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    Even without the auto index clamp for the ram and the index rod you can manually index the turret by hand and load. Unless you have a hand priming tool you will need the small/large priming arms from lee. They are cheap get both. Their web site probably has a parts list with part #'s
     
  4. Papa Jon

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    I weigh all my loads individually so I hand turn the turret. and use the hand priming tool.
    You still need the extras to get started but thats a good start.
     
  5. Stoneage

    Stoneage
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    It's the older version and doesn't have the spot for auto indexer rod. Ill get online and check those out.
     
  6. Stoneage

    Stoneage
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    I was thinking of doing them by hand with the lee primer tool.
     
  7. Stoneage

    Stoneage
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    Yeah this one doesn't have indexing so ill be turning it by hand that's fine with me I plan to do everything in batches on stage at a time.
     

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