i agree i also use rcbs everythingMy preference in dies has always been RCBS as they've been in business a long, long time, have great customer service and yet, they are not the most costly of the popular brands. My set of dies for the .45 Colt is RCBS so I am naturally biased when I recommend them.
I like the Lee Precision 4 die set - it is highly rated as are the others mentioned. I like it because in includes the factory crimp die and it is the best deal for the $$$
ThanksI like the Lee Precision 4 die set - it is highly rated as are the others mentioned. I like it because in includes the factory crimp die and it is the best deal for the $$$
Now, I just need a turret press - a used one. I should be able to buy one for the price I will save on dies.Here it is for $39.99 but there are many other sources, Cabelas, etc etc including a web based seller specializing in Lee Precision products. http://www.midwayusa.com/viewProduct/default.aspx?productNumber=706882 'Factory Sales" has 4 die set for $33.28 - shipping and/or tax may make one better than the other but $33.28 is an amazing deal.
Thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!Another vote for the Lee Carbide 4 Die set. $70 dollars is about twice what you should pay. i got mine from MidwayUSA a few years back for under $35.
They work great whether loading 250 grain RN lead or 325 grain lead wide flat nose. Never a problem.