Reloading tools you need – What’s missing from your reloading kit

In this video we cover necessary tools that don’t typically come in your reloading kit that you may need to start reloading. We evaluate options for dies, calipers, brass trimmers, scale check weights, brass cleaning methods, case lube, as well as some other options to help make you a successful reloader.

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Dies to consider:
Forster FL die:
Hornady Custom Die Set:

Hornady Match Die Set:

Lee Die set:

Redding Neck Die:
Hornady Microjust Seating Stem:

Hornady calipers:
iGaging Digital Electronic Caliper:
Mitutoyo Absolute Scale Digital Caliper:

Brass cleaning equipment:
Frankford Rotary Tumbler Large:
Frankford Rotary Tumbler Small:
Hornady Ultrasonic:

Scale check weights:
Lyman Reloading Scale Weight Check Set:
Lyman basic Check Weight Set:

Case lube:
Redding case lube:

Stuck case remover:
RCBS stuck case remover:

Universal shell holders:
Lee shell holder set:

Funnel set:
Lyman Pro Powder Funnel System:

Power trickler:
Lyman Powder Trickler:

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