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Casting your own slingshot balls is a cheap and efficient way to keep your slingshot fed.
Henry Krank & Lee Precision having been working together for over 30 years to bring Lee Reloading Equipment to the UK.
Many years ago, I bought a lever action rifle that came with a used Lee progressive press and other bits and bobs that I had no idea what they did. That started the whole reloading journey for me that continues today but why do other people get into it, for me it was an off shoot of that purchase, but I had never set out to reload.
You’ve finally taken the plunge and bought your first reloading kit (Lee in this instance) unpacked all the boxes and laid it out in your reloading space, on first look it all does look a little daunting. The following is based on reloading an already fired .308 case.
Many of the team at Henry Krank are shooters. Here's what James Evans has to say about his favourite product:
Pete Moore takes a look at the new Auto Bench Prime from LEE Precision. Kindly supplied by Shooting Sports Magazine
The LEE Auto Breech Lock Pro is a LESS sophisticated progressive press that sits in between Lee Precisions turret presses and their fully progressive presses. This makes the Auto breech Lock Pro the perfect tool if you are considering ‘upgrading’ from a turret press but do not feel comfortable going fully progressive.
Pete Moore from Gun Mart reviews the handy and portable reloading press system, the Breechlock Hand Press Kit along with some cost-effective Pacesetter reloading dies from Lee Precision.
Buying lead balls or casting your own at home can seem a trivial topic at first but can have a great impact on your quality of shooting in different kinds of guns.
We've compiled a handy guide to what's included in all Lee die sets for pistol and rifles so you can be sure you are making the right choice.
In this article, we cover the various places you can find accurate reloading data for Sierra, Lee, Ramshot, Hodgdon, IMR, Vihtavouri and Alliant.