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Reloading made easy!

A quick and simple tutorial about reloading ammunition for both pistols and rifles.

Reloading becomes a simple process with quality Lee equipment and clear instructions

1. Remove the old primer and size the case. This is usually done with the same die. Cases can be full length sized or only neck sized for best accuracy.

Reloading primersReloading Supplies

lee sizing dies

PISTOL SIZING DIE

Rifle Sizing Die

RIFLE SIZING DIE

2. Install a new primer. Picture shows this operation using the NEW Lee Auto-Prime XR, the most popular priming tool ever made.

 

Install new PrimerLee Auto-Prime XR

Primers

YOU CAN ALSO
INSTALL NEW PRIMERS

On the Press with the Lever Prime System

ON THE PRESS WITH
THE LEVER PRIME SYSTEM

Lee ram prime

OR ON THE PRESS WITH
THE RAM PRIME

3. Add a charge of powder. Lee dies, except RGB, include a powder dipper and extensive load data to tell you what kind of powder to use.

Lee powder measureLee powder dippers

Lee's Pistol Powder Through Expanding Dies

LEE'S PISTOL POWDER
THROUGH EXPANDING DIES

Lee auto disk powder measure

USE THE AUTO DISK POWDER MEASURE

Lee powder funnel

OR A POWDER FUNNEL
TO CHARGE CASES
ON THE PRESS

Lee perfect powder measure

THE PERFECT POWDER MEASURE
CHARGES RIFLE CASES ON
THE BENCH OR THE PRESS

4. Seat the bullet and crimp it in place. Full length sized ammunition is usually improved with a factory crimp.

Bullet crimLee Factory Crimp

Lee Pistol Seating Die

PISTOL SEATING DIE

Lee Rifle Seating Die

RIFLE SEATING DIE

These are the four basic steps required to reload your own ammo. Browse this site to see all the more automated equipment designed by Lee Precision, to easily and quickly handle all your reloading needs. It really is easy and best of all you will:

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Once you've picked out your press, see the "Start Up Check Lists" area of our "FAQ"