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Lee Classic Cast Single Stage Press

Lee Classic Cast Single Stage Press
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$295.00
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Lee Classic Cast Single Stage Press

This is the press for large body dies. It does not use the breech lock system.

A rigid cast iron frame, cast and machined with pride in the USA, baked powder finish and all steel linkage make this one of the most attractive and sturdy presses made.

Spent primers are collected and drop into a flexible plastic tube for easy emptying!

Largest opening in the industry and the longest stroke--yet the handle is adjustable to provide the least handle travel of any press.

Rigid cast iron construction in a classic "O" design for maximum strength. Baked powder coating is durable and makes the Classic Cast a handsome addition to any reloading bench.

Adjustable handle is movable from right to left. The start and stop position is adjustable with a 48 tooth ratchet type handle clamp. In addition, the handle length is completely adjustable. Shorten when you're loading handgun and short rifle cases.

Large flat cored base with 3 mounting holes mounts solid to any bench.

Largest 1 1/8 diameter hollow ram to catch every primer with hose fitting to allow primer disposal directly to a trash can. Supported by over 12 square inches of ram bearing surface.

Automatic primer arm with bottom of stroke priming for best feel. Includes two primer arms for large and small primers. No more fumbling with tiny guides and springs.

Powerful compound linkage with positive travel stops prevents toggle or "cam over."

Accepts standard shell holders, ram insert can be rotated to allow primer installation on right or left side.

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