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December 2011

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                                   December 2011 NEWSLETTER

Robin and I want to wish all of you a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. May you find in this season the Peace that you remember from years gone by, to preserve it forever.

We have a few Christmas Specials to announce. The Pro 1000 kits in 9mm Luger, .40 S&W, .45 ACP and .223 Rem are marked down to $149.49. The Load Master Rifle Kits in .270 Win, .308 Win, .30/06 and .223 Rem are marked down to $199.49.We have also reduced the price on the Deluxe Turret Press Kit to $99.49 and the Breech Lock Challenger Press Kit to $98.64. These prices are in effect to the end of this year.

The new Load Master primer feed systems have been receiving rave reviews. I have talked to a number of people about this and all are very pleased with the dependability. I recommend that all Load Master users upgrade their primer feeds to this new design. All the changes are internal so they mount to the press exactly the way the originals did. We carry them in our "Service Parts" category, part numbers 90381-Small and 90383-Large

The "Service Parts" category of our website has changed. The parts are now listed in separate categories based on their product of origin. We offer every service and replacement part for the Lee product line. Browse the categories, or to find your parts quickly, use the Lee Part Number in the "Keywords" area of our Search feature on the right side of the website and then select "Service Parts" in the window below "Keywords". The "Service Parts" category of our website is not completed. For any parts not listed Contact Us and we will list them for ordering.

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. I have a day job so the best time to call for support is between 6-10 PM CST. I am able to answer emails throughout the day. Robin can take your service calls daily and will pass any support questions she can't answer on to me. 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

NEW IN 2012:

Classic Cast Turret Press Kit

This kit and a set of Lee dies is everything you need to begin reloading. The Classic Turret is fast and convenient when loading handgun cartridges, with rates in excess of 250 rounds per hour possible.

The kit includes the Pro Auto-Disk powder measure and riser, perfect for all handgun and small rifle cartridges. Large and Small Safety Prime are included making on press priming an ease. Instant change turret makes changing calibers a snap. Deactivate the auto- index and batch load the longest and largest rifle cartridges.

Complementing your press kit are the case conditioning tools to prepare your brass for loading. Includes Cutter, Lock Stud, Chamfer Tool, small and large Primer Pocket Cleaner, and a tube of Lee case sizing lube.

Complete your setup with a cartridge specific Case Length Gauge (sold separately). Verify your loads with the included Lee Safety powder scale. Completing the kit is Modern Reloading Second Edition, recently revised with all new load data covering 167 cartridges with over 28,000 loads.

NOTE: The bench plate mounting system shown in the picture is sold separately in the "Press Accessories" category.


Tight Case Length Gage in Resized Case

Rifle cases that have been resized, and deprimed, have had the neck reduced in diameter by forcing it into the die, and then by pulling the case out of the die the expander has opened the case mouth to a size usually .001” smaller than your bullet diameter.

With Pistol cartridges case neck wall thickness makes the difference. Sizing the case from the outside squeezes the case down. If the case wall is .002” thicker than nominal, that makes the inside diameter of the case mouth .004” smaller, making the gage tight.

The gage should be that same .001”- .002” smaller than the neck diameter. If it fits tight in your cases, you can simply reduce your gauge diameter.

Remove the gauge from the cutter. Clamp the gauge in a drill chuck and spin it. Take some 320 grit emery cloth and sand down the large end until it fits into your case. This is only a thousandth of an inch or two, so it does not take much to remove it.


If you are having trouble getting the gage into the cutter, take a hand drill and lock the gage into the chuck. This is just to give you something to hold it with. Now screw the cutter on. They are made tight so they won’t work loose.

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