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Lee 223 Reloading Die Set


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  • Product Dimensions: 12.4 x 14.9 x 4.1 cm ; 454 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 581 g
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  • Item model number: 90502
  • ASIN: B002SEZ5PG
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 12 May 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 116,360 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Lee PaceSetter Dies include the exclusive Lee Factory Crimp Die to produce factory-like ammunition with improved utility and accuracy. The die set also includes a conventional bullet seater and roll crimper. You can choose the type of crimp you desire. They also include a shell holder, powder dipper, load data and are packed in the nicest storage box ever designed.

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By tg on 9 April 2014
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a first class perfect peace of kit for my requirements reloading 223 for varmint and long range targets on the range
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
Best AR-15/M-4 .223"/5.56mm reloading die set EVER! Buy These!!! 30 Dec. 2013
By P. S. - Published on Amazon.com
Background: I've been reloading for 16 years, and I have always used RCBS dies. I recently purchased a set of the Lee Precision Pacesetter .223 dies because they had great reviews and cost less than anything RCBS had to offer. Plus Lee included their Factory Crimp die at no extra cost. This was important to me because Lee claimed it would crimp even non-cannalured bullets, and since I can only find non-cannalured bullets in my home town sporting goods stores I figured it was worth a try. Magic! The factory Crimp Die is incredible! It is easy and works as advertised! it easily crimped the 69 grain bullets in place, even though they have no cannalure! Also, the Full Length Die is so smooth I had to check to make sure it was actually resizing the cases, and then I only had to lube every fourth or fifth case! I'm so sold on these that I cannot recommend them enough if you are looking for dies to reload .223"/5.56mm for your AR-15 Modern Sporting Rifle!
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Newbie 11 Mar. 2012
By That guy - Published on Amazon.com
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Is what it's supposed to be. A little slow to deliver but great product. Easy to use and comes with a chart for all the specs you would need.
7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Great Lee product 2 Jan. 2013
By Jack Chevalier - Published on Amazon.com
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Great set. I have reloaded more than 500 hundred rounds with these dies and never had an issue. Using Hodgdon Vagot at 24.5 grains and Sierra FMJ 55 gr, they shott better than the original Federals. All I had to do is remove the military primer crimp.

Great Lee product!!

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Better than the more expensive variety. 22 July 2014
By SABjork - Published on Amazon.com
Lee has really gotten better. I have used these dies for thousands of rounds of .223/5.56 and they work flawlessly. I have Lyman and RCBS dies. I found that the Lee sizing die gauges better (using the LE Wilson case gauge) than the others and does not work the brass as hard. I shoot a Rock-River and PSA chamber and the sizing is perfect. But here is the thing that is not mentioned. In order to free a stuck case, and you will stick a case, the Lee solution is far easier I believe. And anyone please correct me, if I am missing something, but with the Lee set the process is far simpler, per thier instructions included.
1. Unscrew the capping pin from the die threads.
2. Drive a 3/16" punch down upon the decapping pin, forcing the case and decapper out of the bottom of the die.
3. Clamp the damaged case into a vice.
4. Pull out the decapping pin out of the case mouth with pliers and moderate force.
5. Re-assemble the die.
6. Tighten the decapping pin back in and resume your business.

You do not need to remove the die from the press, it takes only 30 seconds, and no drilling or tapping needed. Freeing a stuck case is a pain and takes the joy out of the process usually. Lee has the easiest solution I have found. Anyone have any thoughts as far as the other manufacturers go regarding freeing stuck cases? the others seem far more difficult and time consuming. I may be missing something with the other brands.

PS I love the addition of the factory crimp die. I crimp bullets without cannelure too as Lee recommends. Even Patrick sweeney recommends crimping for accuracy. Just don't over crimp.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Adjustable For Correct Headspace 16 Aug. 2013
By A. Rao - Published on Amazon.com
Good product, works as advertised.

More importantly, once you screw the full length sizing die into your press, you can make adjustments, [screwing it in, or out a tad in your press] to easily make corrective adjustments in the all-important case-headspace [the measurement from the base of the brass to the shoulder]. I use a Wilson Cartridge Case Gage, part number CG223R. I highly recommend buying a Case Gage for all brass with a shoulder [223, 30-06, 30-30 etc] if you plan on reloading them. The case gage will also indicate whether the case needs trimming. There are 2 measurements that are important, headspace and overall-length, but neither is possible to be correct without a correct headspace-length.
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