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August 2012

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                                   AUGUST 2012 NEWSLETTER

Robin and I are at the lake for some fishin' n grillin', not necessarily in that order. It's all good 'cause it doesn't get much better than having your morning coffee with the Loons on the lake. There isn't much new to talk about right now so this month's newsletter is brief, besides, the crew is beginning to gather on the pier. I better get down there lest I get left behind. We will resume shipping, customer service and product support on August 6th.

We are truely enjoying all the friends we have made through Titan Reloading and look forward to many more. Feel free to contact us. Service and Support is our top priority. As always, you will find many answers to questions in the "FAQ" and "Help Videos" areas of our website www.titanreloading.com

Dennis / Titan Reloading


LOAD ALL 2 – 12 Gauge Model

LEE LOAD ALL 2 shotgun shells not only look better than those loaded on machines costing hundreds of dollars , but they usually have more uniform velocity and patterns. You can load just as fast as with any other brand of loader costing up to $200.

This is a time proven tool. There are hundreds of thousands in use world-wide: in over sixteen years, we have yet to see one worn out. Written 2-year unconditional guarantee and a lifetime warrantee.

  • Built-in primer catcher with an easy-to-empty door right up front.
  • Recesses at every station for speedy shell positioning.
  • Easy and economical gauge conversion.
  • And the most requested feature – an optional primer feeder #90069 (sold separately) on the Load All 2 Accessories page, so you never need to touch the primer from the box to the shell.

Twenty-four shot and powder bushings are included free. The bushings alone can cost several dollars each from other manufacturers – and they're not as accurate as those made by Lee. Only Lee supplies molded bushings.

Loads 3" shells without expensive conversion kits.

NOTE:The Primer Feed shown in the picture is not included.

Included Free of Charge

Safety Charge Bar with 24 Shot and Powder bushings. Impossible to accidentally use the bar without the bushings in place. Bushing size is visible from front of machine. Includes charge table showing extensive powder data.


8 shot bushings
16 powder bushings
6 and 8 point crimp starters
safety charge bar
steel sizing ring
aluminum plate for primer catcher
spare wad guide
primer guide


Selecting The Right Bullet Feed Kit

There are two bullet dimensions that must be considered in the selection of the proper Bullet Feed Kit for your reloading needs. The first is the diameter (caliber) of the bullet you intend to reload. Lee Precision provides 4 different caliber kits. They are .30 & .32, 9mm through .365, .40 through .44 and .45. The second dimension is the length of the bullets. You must measure the actual projectile from base to tip and then select the Bullet Feed Kit with the feed die opening that is closest to but larger than the length of the bullet. This is very important to the function of the feeder because if the opening is too small the bullet will not fit through it and if the opening is too large the bullets will feed right out through the bottom of the feeder. This is because the bullets are stacked in the feeder with the second bullet in the stack sitting on top of the bottom bullet ready to be feed to the case. If the feed die opening is too large the second bullet will not be held upright and it will tip the bottom bullet over. There is only one feed die range for the .30-.32 kit and the .45 kit because bullets for these calibers do not very much in actual length. The 9mm-.365 kit has three feed die ranges which are, up to .46", .46" to .60" and .60" to .75". The .40-.44 kit has two feed die ranges, up to .65" and .65" to .80".

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