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For reloading, that it is :lol:


Here's the question. Will the Lee Pacesetter 3 die set for the 45-70 include a factory crimp die??

Thanx,

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Unless they have changed.No.I had to buy one for my .454 and 45-70 and both are Lee set's.

Material: Steel

Die Types Included:

Full Length Sizer Die (with Decapping Unit)

Powder Through Expander Die

Seat and Feed Die

Accessories:

Shellholder

Powder Dipper

Load Data Sheet

Plastic Container

Notes:

Cases MUST be lubricated prior to sizing.

Features adjustable taper to roll crimp.

That's from Midway USA.Good luck.Jayco.
 
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jaycocreek said:
Unless they have changed.No.I had to buy one for my .454 and 45-70 and both are Lee set's.

Material: Steel

Die Types Included:

Full Length Sizer Die (with Decapping Unit)

Powder Through Expander Die

Seat and Feed Die

Accessories:

Shellholder

Powder Dipper

Load Data Sheet

Plastic Container

Notes:

Cases MUST be lubricated prior to sizing.

Features adjustable taper to roll crimp.

That's from Midway USA.Good luck.Jayco.


Thanx Jayco! Just didnt want to end up with two of them.

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Ok, I finally learned how to read my ultra extra thick new MidwayUsa catalog and saw at the bottom of the page where it said the set comes without the FCD.

Some do include the die but not the Pacesetter set for the 45-70. Seems like they want that extra 8clams from ya's.



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Martin,
Extra buttery, or regular? :wink:
 

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martin t potts said:
Guy;s you know a few quick spray's on the case's then on the popcorn
Then on the case's then on the frying pan then in my coffee then on the case's then COFFEE ? WELL I HAVE MY SCHOOL Girl FIGER TO LOOK AFTER YOU KNOW :shock:

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I like the popcorn idea. You wouldnt even have to wipe your fingers off!


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martin t potts said:
Cases MUST be lubricated prior to sizing.
Does anyone else use PAM Cooking spray
I do ok ya laugh all you like :D

Pottsy
Now your' cooking!

I'll try that next time. oops! i don't reload.
But i'll start soon. I don't do enough shooting to make it worth reloading. I'll start just cuz it is hard to get the loads i want.
I'm going to be loading some coyote amo. .243 with 58 grain hornady bullet.
 

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Rusty said:
martin t potts said:
Cases MUST be lubricated prior to sizing.
Does anyone else use PAM Cooking spray
I do ok ya laugh all you like :D

Pottsy
Now your' cooking!

I'll try that next time. oops! i don't reload.
But i'll start soon. I don't do enough shooting to make it worth reloading. I'll start just cuz it is hard to get the loads i want.
I'm going to be loading some coyote amo. .243 with 58 grain hornandys.


Hah! I said the same thing.....dont shoot enough to warrant reloading. Then I got the Guide Gun in 45-70 and couldnt find any ammo closer than 40mi! Now, it's going to be as close as the reloading bench/table.


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Just cought this thread allitle late... But sure glad I did.... Got bout 1000 30-06 and 30-30 to work over this summer.... saved me allot of grief and time.
 

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I've been using the cooking spray for the past couple months. Thanx for the guys that have recommended it! The only thing you have to watch out for is the excess. Like the ole Brylcream ads of the 60's...."a little dab'll dooya". You can even spritz a bit on your fingers and do it that way.

One question I have though is the liklihood of primer contamination. Is this a major cause for concern?? I mean with all the excitement over handling primers with tweezers, surgical gloves and such....wouldnt the excess spray be more likely to creep into primers?


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