Hornady Lock-N-Load Classic Deluxe reloading kit – review


How many times have you asked yourself whether you want to dine out or at home? You’re still going to have food, but there’s something satisfying about eating a meal you spent the effort cooking. The same goes for bullets.

There’s also the extra cofidence it gives you. Factory ammunition will kill a deer or a fox, but you put the time into homeloading and that means you know better what your homeloaded bullet can and can’t do.

If you have not thought about it before then the Hornady Lock N Load Classic Deluxe Reloading Kit has everything you need to get started.

Whole shebang: everything you need to get started. The Hornady Lock N Load Classic Deluxe Reloading Kit at RRP £706


“This kit is really aimed at anybody,” says Ben Mcilwaine, a competition shooter sponsored by Edgar Brothers. “To start with you’ve got your O-ring-style press, really nice and strong and sturdy. So this is where you’ll be doing your brass resizing and bullet seating.”

Ben’s bench


It’s not just a question of saving money – this kit allows complete control over the process, whether it’s high-volume reloading or precision-style, it includes a powder thrower and scales for whichever you choose.

The box


“What really stands out is that the kit uses Hornady’s Lock N Load socket system,” says Ben. “So all you’ve got to do when you set your dies up you screw your die in and the nall you’ve got to do with a quick turn put die in quick twist and you’re good to go so you can switch from sizing your brass to seating your bullets in a matter of seconds.”

Find out more at the Edgar Brothers website

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