Why not build your own reloading kit with our new BUILD-A-KIT

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Have you ever considered reloading your own ammo?

With the cost of ammunition going through the roof every other day, even if you can find it on the shelf!! Let alone a wildcat or obscure calibres.

Not only will it be cheaper, up to 35% savings on comparable commercially made rounds. But also tailored to suit your rifle, your needs and your shooting style.

Plus the massive achievement of the ability to produce good quality and accurate  rounds.

If you need any help give Spud a ring and he’ll walk you through it.

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Reloading Press* Required

Spud would always recommend a single stage press for accuracy, unless reloading pistol calibres, in which case go for a turret style press.

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Case Lubrication* Required

For lubricating outside of the case when sizing, all so a little inside the case neck to keep sizing button working nicely ***DO NOT OVER DO THE AMMOUNT YOU USE***

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Case Prep* Required

Chamfering and deburring the case neck will aid bullet seating and a with a little work on the primer pocket will aid correct primer seating.

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Dies* Required

We use these for sizing the case and seating the projectile. Spud would always recommend full length sizing over neck sizing!!!

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Bushings for bushing style. dies only* Optional

Only required for bushing style dies, Redding, Wilson, Hornady style all interchangeable, Forster style is for Forster dies only. The easiest way to determine the proper diameter bushing is to measure the neck diameter of a loaded cartridge with an accurate micrometer. Then, simply subtract 0.002" from the cartridge that had the smallest average measurement. This will allow for a slight amount of spring back and create a proper press fit for the bullet.* We recommend that the neck diameter of the largest loaded cartridges measure at least 0.002-0.003" smaller than fired cases measured at the same location. This ensures that there is a clearance of at least 0.001-0.0015" all around the neck of the loaded cartridge. This clearance allows the case neck to expand and safely release the bullet upon firing.

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Manuals* Optional

Not always needed now days, with the internet and YouTube available but handy some times.

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Powder Throwers* Optional

Once again not needed but does make bulk powder loading on to the scales a lot less hassle.

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Powder Scales* Required

You will need scales of one form or another, Beams or electric the choice is yours. +-1/10 of a grain, is the accuracy we are looking for in them.

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Powder Tricklers* Optional

These will make delivery of small ammounts powder, a lot more controllable and less fiddly.

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Trimmers* Optional

For the use of reducing case length after a few firings. Not always needed straight away but sooner or later....

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Shell Holders for press ***NOT FOR LEE PRIMING TOOL**** Required

Standard hell holders for holding cases in the press and Lee priming shell holders for their own priming tools only - WHEN ORDERING WE WILL SELECT CORRECT HOLDER FOR THE DIE SET CHOSEN ABOVE

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Digital Calipers* Optional

For measuring the coal length (complete over all length) of your rounds after seating the projectile. Down to .001" is the type we are after.

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Bullet Pullers* Optional

For when you make a cock up or after load development is done with unfired roundsleft. With these you can pull apart your rounds, safely and precisley.

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Reloading Trays* Optional

Spud suggests two of these, one on either side of the press or scales to hold your cases upright. Having two trays will stop double charges of powder when powder charging. As he says "helps to stop contamination of operation"

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Priming tools* Optional

One way or other you will need to prime your nicely sized brass. Just remember if you go the LEE priming tool you will need their shell holder for the priming tool as well. Spud says hand held will give more feel.

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LEE shell holder *FOR PRIMING TOOL ONLY** Optional

WHEN ORDERING WE WILL SELECT CORRECT HOLDER FOR THE DIE SET CHOSEN ABOVE

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1 review for Why not build your own reloading kit with our new BUILD-A-KIT

  1. Mark Ellis (verified owner)

    perfect for either the beginner or all the way through to a more advanced reloader

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