Changes I Made to my Lee Loadmaster Jesse B OutdoorsGuns, Gear, Knives, and Outdoors. These are some of my favorite things besides my family.
Running through some new brass that I picked up from Starline. 243 OutdoorsMy name is Josh and I love Firearms and Freedom. I started 243 Outdoors as a YouTube Channel back in 2015 and have branched out to other media sites.
Lee Loadmaster First Hundred 9mm Rounds. Jesse B OutdoorsGuns, Gear, Knives, and Outdoors. These are some of my favorite things besides my family.
The eBay LEE Pro 1000 "Mr. Primer Gate" loads 9mm...and transitions from rusty to trusty.
Sometimes items from my collection of vintage reloading equipment can bail me out when I'm in a bind. In this case, it wasn't an emergency or survival situation - just a simple equipment failure that presented a challenge to my shooting plans for the evening.
For a while I have been considering an addition to my Lee Breechlock Challenger single station press to speed up my production rate. I’m not such a high volume shooter to justify a Dillon or Hornady AP, but when club matches start back up I will put a lot of lead downrange in a short […]
My first good bullet casting session. Used a Lee TL356-124-2r 9mm and a Lee TL452-230-2r bullet mold. Once I got use to it, it was very fun. Jesse B OutdoorsGuns, Gear, Knives, and Outdoors. These are some of my favorite things besides my family.
Setup and installation of the Lee Universal Decapping Die. A great little die to get your young ones active and learning. Also get those primers removed in the process. Squatch ReloadingThis channel focuses on the guy or gal who is thinking about getting into reloading. There is a lot of information out there however, some […]
Got my first bullet mold. It’s a Lee TL452-230-2R. Can’t wait to start making bullets with it. Jesse B OutdoorsGuns, Gear, Knives, and Outdoors. These are some of my favorite things besides my family.
In this video I will share my ideas on cleaning, lubrication, spare parts and adjustments for the Lee Classic turret press. We'll remove the ram, and I'll show you a fix for the primer lever catching on shell holder problem.
Lee is now offering a conversion kit that lets you convert a reloading press equipped with a removable bushing to a breech lock capable press. They have 2 kits, one for 1 1/4″-12 #90512, and one for 1 1/2″-12 #90094. I show it in my reconditioned 1968 RCBS Rock Chucker A2 press. TreeTopFlierI am retired […]
Lets take a quick look at Lee’s new bushing format for resizing cast bullets. Breech lock compatible press required… For now… TreeTopFlierI am retired USAF. I reloaded some as a kid, mostly shotgun, then stepped away for many years. After I retired and could put down roots I got back into it again and over […]
In a previous post I was determining what was causing my Lee Auto Drum Powder Measure to bind when throwing small charges. I found that the cup on the end of the adjusting barrel was protruding from the drum and catching on the wiper. I made an effective, but not elegant ‘repair’ that took care […]
While developing a load with Titegroup I ran into issue with my Lee Auto Drum Powder Measure binding causing the action rod to bend when at low charge weights. Here’s the workaround I came up with to quickly ease the binding. The Range SquirrelI owned a Marlin 60 since 1987, but never really got ‘into’ […]
Installing the Lee safety prime setup on my Lee classic turret press.
Seasoned bullet casters know that the most desirable LEE Precision molds are the ones that are "Inspected by Shirley"! We admire her work so much that a group of us sent her flowers!
In this video I document my reloading process from beginning to end. I go though all of my current steps in reloading for the 224 Valkyrie. I also mention all the equipment that I currently use in my process. Hope you enjoy the video.
After having this press for a few days, I am going to show you the operation of this press and my first thoughts. So far I am very happy with it. I have had a few minor issues. This press will require a little tinkering and adjusting to make it run right.
Today is the day. First time casting bullets. I am using a Lee 4 20lb pot. A NOE HTC358-133-RN-BO5 2 cavity mould. I have several pounds of processed wheel weights that I will be using. My first session this morning, about 50% were acceptable, and the second session after lunch about 85-90% were looking good.
Reloading .22-250 Remington Rifle Ammunition on the Dillon RL 550. This press is a Dillon AT 500 that has been upgraded with some RL 550 parts.
Value turret press link Classic turret press link Thanks to Kenny @eagleeyeshooting I had a chance to do a side by side comparison of the NEW Lee Value Turret press and the older Classic Turret press. Hopefully the video gives the viewer a good look at the difference between these two. I started out […]
I wanted to let all the Lee press users know that Lee has recently updated (fixed) their Safety Prime dispensers. By my count this is the third update to the Safety Prime levers. The second version was a complete failure and possibly unsafe which is probably why Lee kinda just snuck these new ones into […]