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Hornady Lock-N-Load AP Reloading Press

Item # 423123
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Key Features

  • Features the Lock-N-Load Powder Measure

  • Utilizes the Lock-N-Load Bushing System

  • Five-station press allows for all the variables

  • Cases automatically ejects into case catcher

  • Primer slide easily changes from large to small


Our Price   $439.99

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Product Description
hornady Hornady's Lock-N-Load AP Reloading Press is an automatic, five-station press with the most user-friendly and innovative patented quick tool change technology of all progressive presses. The Lock-N-Load AP comes complete with a full-size Lock-N-Load Powder Measure that will load anything from pistols up through most magnum rifle cartridges. It also features a priming system, the Lock-N-Load Bushing System, case activated powder drop, five-station die platform, universal ejector, automatic indexing, case retainer, and large cartridge catcher. Weight: 30.85 lbs.
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Description 30.85 lbs.

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  • Q:

    Greetings,
    I am a "entry level" reloader seeking to set up my first reloading station. I own a variety of caliber weapons including .223, 5.56, 30.06, .38, .357 and 9mm. Would this station be a good starting point? Thanks, Ben
    Asked on 7/26/2010 by Ben from Winchester, Va

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    • A:

      I have a loc and load and i have been loding from 22 hornet up to 375h-h for the pass 8yrs had a pro-jecter 7 before that i am sure grad that i went with the lock an load press
      jim b

      Answered on 3/12/2012 by biigbird from dubuque iowa
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