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Lee Auto Prime Hand Priming Tool Shellholder #3  219 Zipper / 30-30 Win  # 90203
Lee Auto Prime Hand Priming Tool Shellholder #3 219 Zipper / 30-30 Win # 90203
   $3.26
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Lee Universal Shellholder #3   219 Zipper / 30-30 Win / 32 Win Special  #90520
Lee Universal Shellholder #3 219 Zipper / 30-30 Win / 32 Win Special #90520
   $4.98
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HORNADY 219 Zipper Series IV; 2 Die Set; Full Length  #546208
HORNADY 219 Zipper Series IV; 2 Die Set; Full Length #546208
   $71.78
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RCBS 219 Zipper Imp 40 Trim Die-(57006)-NIB
RCBS 219 Zipper Imp 40 Trim Die-(57006)-NIB
   $98.99
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Lee # 3L  Load Master Shell Plate 219 Zipper/30-30 Win/32 Win Spl  # 90909  New!
Lee # 3L Load Master Shell Plate 219 Zipper/30-30 Win/32 Win Spl # 90909 New!
   $24.65
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Hornady Die Set 219 ZIPPER (.224) 546208
Hornady Die Set 219 ZIPPER (.224) 546208
   $82.95
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Hornady 546208 Series Iv Full Length Die Set Fit Caliber 219 Zipper
Hornady 546208 Series Iv Full Length Die Set Fit Caliber 219 Zipper
   $88.88
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Lee Loader Reloading Tool for 219 Zipper without Powder Measuring tool
Lee Loader Reloading Tool for 219 Zipper without Powder Measuring tool
   $89.95
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Hornady Series IV Specialty Die Set, 219 Zipper
Hornady Series IV Specialty Die Set, 219 Zipper
   $67.21
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Newbie Reloading

sp*ce_ace said: Hi all. I'm looking at getting into reloading because my .45 is eating through my wallet faster then Wendy through a box of doughnuts. I plan to reload .45ACP and 9mm for now. My questions are what do I need to get going and how much start up cost am I looking at. I'm on a budget so I've been looking at Lee and RCBS gear. S.I.R. has start up kits but I wasn't sure if this was the best route to go or not. Thanks in advance for the help. Ace

Gr*ffoneur said: Lee is th least expensive and will last a lifetime. I started with the Lee Anniversary kit @ $140 and added a Pro 1000 yesterday. Works real slick. I reload 40 S&W, 45 ACP, and 300 Win Mag. Save mega bucks.

d*mbdawg said: you could also ask here and see if you can buy some used gear

b*n hunchak said: The basic kits from Lee or RCBS(preferred) will load you great ammo..what it won't do is load it in big quantities in a short time...you need a progressive press for this and I understand that Dillon is the outfit to go with.

St*veS said: Hey Space, I Have been reloading for 19 years, it can be a very relaxing hobby that will save you bundles of cash. If I were you, and this is just my opinion, I would start off with an RCBS or LEE starter kit, all you will need after this are dies for the rounds you want to load. These kits pretty much set you up with everything you need to get going. In my opinion, new reloaders should stay with single stage presses, so as to learn und understand all the steps that are going on during the reloading process. I have never moved on to a progressive, but that is just me. You should, if you do everything right, cut your ammo cost by about 75% + or - and notice about a 20% - 25% increase in accuracy in your ammo. Not a bad gig to get something better for cheaper!!! Of course you will be doing hours of work behind the old press, the trade off I guess. If at all possible get a friend who has some experience to help you get started and you will avoid all the rookie mistakes. Also if you are loading 45, you might want to invest a couple of buck on a chamber checker, especially if you are shooting any kind of competitions, as this will ensure that your rounds have not become deformed during the loading process. Have fun! Steve