Lee 4 Hole Turret Press w/ Auto Index


Lee 4 Hole Turret Press w/ Auto Index

Lee® presses all have spent primer catchers, a tough powder coat finish, and compound leverage, which permits full length sizing the largest magnum cases with ease.

This press has a proven design with compound leverage. The patented design puts the lugs on the circumference so there can be no tipping.  
  • Turret is locked into a solid steel ring with big rifle bolt type lugs
  • Built-in primer catcher
  • Longer stroke and more hand clearance
  • Comfortable wood grip
  • Powerful linkage
  • Fourth hole in the turret allows installation of Lee Factory Crimp Die or taper crimp die in the press
  • Auto index  capable of loading cartridges with an overall length of 2.313" or less
  • Weight: 8 lbs.

*Reloading stand not included

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The Lee® reloading business began in the home workshop of Richard Lee in 1958 with the invention of the famous Lee Loader for shotgun shells. Lee Loaders for rifle and pistol ammunition were invented in the early '60's. These highly effective and economical tools introduced over one and a half million shooters to reloading.

The '70's saw the first lathe turned aluminum bullet molds along with melters and sizers. These make casting bullets easy and more precise than ever before possible. The molds are so precise that most Lee bullets do not require sizing. Toward mid-decade, the enormously popular Lee Load-All for shotgun shells was invented.

The huge following of Lee Loader users enthusiastically upgraded to new Lee presses and dies when they were introduced in the '80's. Many owners of other brands of dies and presses were easily won over because of the innovative features offered only by Lee. During this period, tens of thousands of reloaders enjoyed the speed and fun of reloading with the Lee Turret Press and the most popular of all progressive presses the Lee Pro 1000.

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Lee 4 Hole Turret Press w/ Auto Index

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