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    Posted: 24 March 2020 at 12:15
Never liked any Lee reloading stuff except the plastic dippers and the original reloading (neck sizer) knocker model.  Most was junk.

But I hate primes jumping on to the floor when depriming.  and the black carbon with that.

BUT I saw a Lee App press, seems to work great for just decapping opertion.    https://www.grafs.com/retail/catalog/product/productId/8287

Has anyone used these????
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Yes on the dippers 
Nay on the rest
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Agreed on all accounts Bear. No use for Lee dies. Only Lee tool I have is the hand primer. The progressive presses are chintsy junk. I have a set of dippers, I don't use them often, but I have used them. 
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