Lee Pro 1000 45 Colt (Long Colt) Progressive Reloading Press

Lee Pro 1000 45 Colt (Long Colt) Progressive Reloading Press
Item #:LEE90643
Price:$234.99
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MPN:90643
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Product Information

Lee Pro 1000 progressive 3-hole reloading kit for 45 Colt. Includes press, dies (Carbide Full Length Size, Powder Through Expanding and Bullet Seating dies), 3-Hole Turret, #14 Shell Plate, Pro Auto-Disk Powder Measure, Universal Case Feeder and priming system.

This press only accepts the 3-Hole Turret.

Pro 1000 pictured mounted to the Lee Reloading Stand, sold separately.

WARNING: Only CCI or Remington brand primers are safe use with this press.

WARNING

WARNING: Handling live primers and spent primers may expose you to lead or other chemicals, which are known to the State of California to cause reproductive harm and cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov

WARNING

WARNING: Steel parts in this product may be alloyed with trace amounts of lead and other elements which are known to the State of California to cause reproductive harm and cancer. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. To prevent exposure, do not alter the product by welding, grinding, etc.

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Read 2 Reviews - Average Rating: 3.5 stars

Great Press For The Money

By Wayne L. on Nov 02, 2020
Well, after a couple hours of putzing around getting things set up properly, I was able to run a couple hundred .45 Long Colt rounds through the press. Other than user induced hiccups (primer feed not full enough to gravity feed the primers and a bad bullet seating on one round), the Pro 1000 ran flawlessly. When I ordered my press from Graf's, I made a mistake in ordering other dies and accessories. Graf's customer service people were a great help, got the right parts ordered and made a quick and simple job of returning the wrong parts I had ordered. Super pleased with Graf and Sons.

Exercise in frustration!

By Keith R. on Jan 20, 2013
This press has gotten mixed reviews elsewhere. There were enough positives that I decided to give it a try, since this is the only progressive press in my budget.

Well, every common complaint from other people has happened to me. I spent a couple hours getting it tuned and ready to go for my first full run of ammo. I had already loaded 15 rounds getting the dies, powder measure, and primer feeder setup. All were running smoothly.

Then I started my run. First round, the chain on the powder measure snapped! I had already run a number of cases through - the aforementioned 15 test rounds and a number of others to make sure the measure was throwing the right charge.

I replaced the chain and started again. The next round failed to have a primer seated and the press jammed up. Turns out a primer flipped in the feeder trough. I had to remove all the primers and unjam the press.

Got that straightened out and started again. Three cases later and... Snap! There went the chain again. I removed the primers, emptied the powder measure and walked away. Forty five minutes into my first real run and I had 3 primed cases to show for it.

I am debating whether to try again another day, or just return the press. I've always had good luck with Lee products, but not this one. I gave it two stars because I think it's a nice product if it would work. There are plenty of people that seem to get theirs to work, but not me.
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