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    Quote Originally Posted by JC40 View Post
    Redhat,that`s not a bad price at all for the set up you purchased.For that price it`s easy to buy some extra accesories and still get a good deal.I may have to consider that if it is still the same price in a week or so.The car ate up my extra money with a new radaitor.Damn Murphy.
    I noticed one drawback when playing with my press today. http://www.midwayusa.com/eproductpag...290&t=11082005 With the 4 hole plate the holes are very close together and my standard die lock rings won't work with their plate. I tried RCBS, Pacific and C&H and none would work. Lyman uses a hex nut on their's and it works fine, plus they are the cheapest of all the die nuts. I guess I have to buy extra rings made by Lee or Lyman to get them to work. Either that or I'm going to turn them down on my lathe. Just a little heads-up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Hat View Post
    I noticed one drawback when playing with my press today. http://www.midwayusa.com/eproductpag...290&t=11082005 With the 4 hole plate the holes are very close together and my standard die lock rings won't work with their plate. I tried RCBS, Pacific, C&H and Lyman and none would work. I guess I have to buy extra rings made by Lee to get them to work. Either that or I'm going to turn them down on my lathe. Just a little heads-up.
    You might try some of these.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EdMaxx View Post
    You might try some of these.
    Thanks, but I have some like that. RCBS uses them and the problem is they are too big in diameter. I know these will work , I tried them.
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    Jc40

    Quote Originally Posted by Red Hat View Post
    I noticed one drawback when playing with my press today. http://www.midwayusa.com/eproductpag...290&t=11082005 With the 4 hole plate the holes are very close together and my standard die lock rings won't work with their plate. I tried RCBS, Pacific and C&H and none would work. Lyman uses a hex nut on their's and it works fine, plus they are the cheapest of all the die nuts. I guess I have to buy extra rings made by Lee or Lyman to get them to work. Either that or I'm going to turn them down on my lathe. Just a little heads-up.
    I appreciate the heads up and all the info from everyone.It will definately help toward my decisions when purchasing my reloading equipment.

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