Both my sons have the Lee Cast Classic Turret press bought as a kit . They are good stuff and will last for years and work as a straight turret or can be set as a progressive .
Good info. Thanks. I guess I was looking mainly at kits because I really didn’t know what all I needed. Don’t mind buying used if the stuff works and me being new I felt like I didn’t have the experience to recognize junk/missing parts etc.There is a bleep-ton of used equipment on ebay. You need a press, dies, a powder scale, some type of measuring device(the Lee dipper kit is cheap and very useful), brass, bullet, primer & powder, and a decent reloading book. And some case lube if you don't find a carbide sizer. This should not be a difficult mission. Now, go get some reloading gear.
I'm gonna go look again right now........
I say yes, I’ve been a RCBS guy for years but lately been buying Lee dies etc. I love the Lee 4 die set with factory crimp die.Would the Lee Turret Press Kit be a good place to start for a beginner looking to load 9 and .45 calibers? Or is there something better around that price point ($200-250)?