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I am new to guns but have become interested reloading. What presses do you think are the best for a beginner? What else I need to get? Thanks for all your help. I love getting all this good advice from you guys.
 

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A good single stage press for reloading rifle cartridges.
Lee Classic Cast
Hornady Lock and load
RCBS
Lyman Orange Crusher

there are lots of bench top presses out there.
The Lee is the best buy for your dollar.

If you dont want to dedicate table or bench top space, then I have used the Lee Hand Press for years now to reload everything from .22 Hornet to .357 Magnum to .30-06 and .375 H&H to .416 Rigby. You need a couple reloading manuals. Buy those and read them for techniques and steps. Then look into presses.

Lyman's 49th Ed. book is great as is the Sierra manual and Speer. Richard Lee's 2nd Ed is good too.

Try the search function or listing at the bottom of this page for more info as there are LOTS of threads on this question.

Welcome to reloading.
 

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Scroll to the bottom of this page and click on the previous thread on this subject that's in the "Similar Threads" box. You'll get more info that you wanted.
 
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