Well i want to get into reloading and trying to do it on the not so expensive side but don't want a single stage. I want a turret with auto indexing. So I have it narrowed down to these two lee presses and suprisingly cabelas is the cheapest. Please tell me which ones you guys would suggest or have experience with. The only press I have ever used was my uncles 550b but that was at least ten years ago or more and I never had to set anything up just pull the handle and insert bullets and cases. I will only be reloading in 9mm, 40 S&W.
The cheaper one coming in at 81.99 is the
Lee Deluxe Turret Press Reloading Kit and Replacement Turrets
The rugged Lee Turret Press along with the Auto Disk Powder Measure, produces top-quality pistol and rifle ammo in a hurry. A finished round with a few pulls of the lever. Large enough to handle monster belted magnum rifle cases as well as the smallest of pistol rounds. When it is time to change calibers, simply lock in a new turret and begin loading within seconds. In addition to the Turret Press and Auto Disk Powder Measure; the kit includes the Lee Safety Scale, unmatched for sensitivity, a primer pocket cleaner, cutter and lockstud to trim the cases and a chamfer tool to deburr cases after trimming. A set of Lee Dies is all that is required to complete this reloading outfit.
Next is the Lee classic turret press coming in at 149.99
You won't find a more versatile, solidly built automatic press for a price this low anywhere. The long stroke permits work on rifle cases longer than 3" using the automatic index. Deactivate the auto index to work with even larger cases, including .50 BMG. The kit comes with a Classic Turret Press, large and small primer feeders, and a Lee Pro Auto-Disc Powder Measure with four measuring discs. You also get an Auto Disc Riser for convenient use of other brands of dies with extended adjusting screws, and a Lee Rifle Charging Die for small-capacity rifle cases. The Lee Safety Scale, the only scale that can never get out of adjustment, reads to the nearest 1/20 grain. Once set up, this kit has all you need to turn out a round with a couple of pulls of the handle except cartridge components and dies