Re: Good starter reloading kit
Depends on what you want to spend really. I personally have a lyman. Works fine.
Most people I know use RCBS. They work just fine too. I do know a couple people that bought LEE kits, and for the most part they work fine too. Just don't bother with that worthless scale they send with the kit.
In all reallity most kits have differences in what is supplied. The basic kits are just that. Basic. Most will require to buy something that is needed other than dies. The higher end kits per brand tend to come with everything under the sun. Some of wich isn't really required.
The things I found to be lacking in almost all kits is a set of calipers. They are a must. I bout mine at midway for $20.
I also like to have more than one reloading manual. Sure there is a lot of good info online, but when you are at the bench I don't want to bother getting online to see if I can find something. I like to choose manuals from a bullet manufacturer that I use the most oftern. I should note that I've found some great sites online, and printed off data for all the calibers I reload for.
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