Novice Reloader Buyer’s Guide
For those who’ve made the decision to reload their own ammunition, choosing your press and bench accessories can be a little daunting. RCBS cuts through the clutter and makes the choices simple with its Novice Reloader Buyer’s Guide.
This is a single-stage press. “Single-stage” means the press performs each of the necessary steps in the reloading process, such as de-capping, priming, and case sizing, as a single, standalone process.
Dies and Shell Holders
You will need several dies and a couple accessories to successfully reload ammunition.
Trimmed and deburred brass make for easier overall reloading and better, safer cartridge performance.
Universal Hand Priming Tool
Once your brass is cleaned and free of burrs and blemishes, you need to put a new primer in it.
Chargemaster Link Electronic Powder Dispenser
As important as brass prep is to your reloader, almost nothing is more critical to the safe and accurate performance of your reloads than the proper powder charge.
Three Tools That Solve Problems for All Reloaders (Especially Those New to This)
As they say, “Stuff happens.” In the world of reloading, the things that can ruin a good session on the bench aren’t many, but those that do can have you pounding your fists on that bench in frustration.
Stuck Case Remover
Yes, cases occasionally get stuck in a die. The RCBS Stuck Case Remover lets you remove that case, without damaging your valuable die, and it takes only two steps to get the job done.
Stainless Steel Dial Calipers
Did you reload a batch of rounds and had trouble getting them to chamber properly? Checking the length of you brass and your loaded rounds is the surest way to prevent that.
Pow’r Pull Kit
At some point, you’re going to complete a reload and something won’t feel or look right with the finished product. The remedy is to take that round apart and put it back together again.