Hello Jim,Any questions just ask, there are enough of us that reload for our firearms that we should be able to take care of you
That is the kit I started with 12 years ago also. I’ve since added a digital scale, Forster case trimmer and a trickler. The press will last a lifetime. Can’t say enough good about the kit in general.One other thing, if I recommend a kit it would be the RCBS Rockchucker Supreme kit. It is a little bit spendy but it is worth it. The Rockchucker press is around $189 by it self. But RCBS builds quality items that are in the kit.
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It does come with a small digital scale.No scale or is there a digital one in the kit?
If nothing else you can pick up a digital one fairly cheap. All it needs to do it to read accurately and most of them come with check weights and a powder pan.
You will also find with the powder dispenser that it won't like long extruded powders and will work best with ball or flake type powders, but then that is what the powder trickler is for. But if you use some powder that looks like pencil lead you will see what I mean on the dispenser not liking them.
Your going to need to get a device that throws powder or scoops that hold the right amount of powder. Also a powder trickler. I started out with a rcbs uniflow and trickler. I soon got very tired of that and purchase a Lyman gen 6.What else would I need to purchase along with the kit in order to get started reloading?
The kit I'm looking at comes with the following:
-Case loading block
-Intro to Handholding manual
I know I will probably also need a powder measure and perhaps a digital scale. Thank you all in advance for your replies.