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Easy to use. Great price. Makes really nice shells. You don't know squat about reloading get this. This was the easy part. It's the supplies that cost you. But either way I was able to produce very nice shotgun shells at a fraction of the cost of store bought. Easy to do 100 shells an hour. You do need to mount it with three screws but there are plenty of YOUTUBE videos. Super easy. Great value. Small and compact. Highly recommended. It already gets great reviews. I was a bit skeptical due to the low cost but became a fan after the 3rd or 4th shell (learning curve you know). My 15 year old makes his own 20 gauge shells. I have two- both 12 & 20 gauge. 1st station removes old primer and the 2nd puts in a new one. 3rd station loads powder, then wad, then shot and will tap in a overshot card if you use one. 4th stations (2 per crimp) you pre crimp but you only need to use one pre crimp as there are two types you can use. Last & 5th station is the final crimp and your done-shot gun shell. PS you will need to do a bit of research on getting the right powder & shot-everything else is easy.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: opticsplanet
Has some design issues but can be fixed easily...
Assembled the machine as per instructions, filled with powder and shot, and on loading the fourth shell, when i retracted the handle, the entire upper portion pulled out of the mounting base, upper head went upside down and i had powder and shot mixture all over my work bench. After cleaning up the mess, I reassembled the unit, and installed a self drilling screw in the base to secure the main support tube to the base, reloaded the powder and shot chambers, and went back to reloading shells. Seems to work fine now. You just need to realize what you are buying, as it is sort of a slow process to reload a lot of shells.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: jmelvin65202
The LEE Precision 20 Gauge Load-All 2 Shotshell Press is perfect for my reloading needs.
This is a great addition to my reloading hobby. It seems to work great. I haven't had time to use it for real yet as I have been unable to find primers. I did also purchase the adapter kit to convert to 12ga.
You get what you pay for but it works
Don't get me wrong, it works, just it is all plastic,. If you were shooting sporting clays every week buy a Mec. But if your bird hunting or only shooting half a dozen times a year this will work and not break the bank. Also powder dies aren't even close. Measure everything.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: nightgalaxy
Lee Loadall is an excellent loader.
I’ve used a 12 ga Lee Loadall for 20 yrs. Never had a moments trouble with it. Bought the 20 ga model to set up a second loading station. I expect to load lead and steel with it, as I’ve done with the 12 ga station.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: unitedoutdoors