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Hey all, due to a new job and less time to spend I have decided to part with my reloading setup. It is currently packed away but if anyone wants pictures of anything please let me know. It is made of mostly Lee equipment featuring the Lee Classic Turret press. I have several sets of dies and extensive misc equipment. Hopefully I don't miss anything. If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask.


Lee Classic Turret Press w/ aftermarket shell ejector


RCBS .223/5.56 SB dies part# 11107 2 die set

Lee 9 mm die set w/ lee storage case and Lee 9 mm Factory Crimp die

Lee .40 3 die set w/ extra turret and storage case

extra Lee die storeage case

Lee safety primer feed


RCBS Uniflow powerder measure with auto linkage and pistol expanders



Frankfort ammo boxes (.40 x1, .223 x1, .30/06 x2)

F-1 Shooting chrony w/ tripod

Hornady handbook of reloading

Harvey hand deprimer

Fowler Micrometer

Kobalt micrometer

Lee decapping die

Little crow .223 trimmer

Lee hand primer w/ shellholders

Imperial sizing die wax

Dillon case lube (2 new bottles)

Hornady stuck case remover

Lee 30-06 case length gauge w/ shellholder

Wilson case Gauge .223

Frankfort digital scale

Gemini-20 Scale

Lee .40 Bulge buster kit

Lyman hand bullet puller

Misc rifle brass prep hand tools



30-06 Brass aprox. 90 rds

.40 brass 1k-1.5k

9mm brass 1k+

30-30 brass aprox 100 rds

.223 brass aprox 1.5k

Most brass has been cleeaned in SS Media.



Berrys bullets

9mm 124 Gr. aprox 195

9mm 147 Gr. aprox 291

.40 165 Gr. aprox 12



9mm 124 gr FMJ

.40 180 Gr JHP


Hornady V-max .22 cal 55gr aprox 100


Powder & Primers

Ramshot tac opened but full LB

Hodgdon Longshot opened aprox 1/2 lb

Hodgdon Titegroup opened aprox 1/2 lb


Winchester SP Primers 1400


I'm sure i've forgot alot as it's all packed away from a recent move but I'll do my best to answer all questions. If anyone is interested just make me an offer.

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