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Anybody collect Lee Loaders?

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by leftex, Apr 6, 2010.

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  1. leftex

    leftex Active Member

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    Does anybody collect these? I have a 20 ga. that is complete and in great shape except the box is a little worn. $25.00 shipped.
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    Geez the memories! I had one of those in 20ga back in the 60s when I was 12.
    I would dumpster dive hulls at the local trap range. I used Herters card
    over powder wads and felt filler wads. If the shot level was too low I would
    plug the hole with a chunk of bar soap so I wouldn't loose my shot. My
    moms bathroom scale was used to get the wad pressure right. Shot many a
    jackrabbit out in the Mojave Desert with those loads!

    Joe
     
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    I keep the 12 gauge depriming tool next to my 9000G for the every once in a while primer that hangs up in the shell during depriming.

    The Lee Loader depriming tool slides right into the hull and a little tap with the flat of a crescent wrench knocks it out.

    I have lowered the depriming ram but still get a hung primer when using Nobel Sport primers.

    Ed Ward
     
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    Don't collect, but have a 12 & 20... use the adjustable shot dippers for developing reloading recipes... neat pieces of reloading history...

    Jay
     
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    don't collect but I'm looking for some for rifles, 220 swift, 6mm, couple of more if anybody has any let me know thanks.
     
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