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Lee 4 Hole Turret Press with Auto Index zoom
  • Lee 4 Hole Turret Press with Auto Index
  • Lee 4 Hole Turret Press with Auto Index

Lee 4 Hole Turret Press with Auto Index

Product Number: LEE90932

Our Price: $85.99

Availability: In stock



Details & Specs

Proven design with compound leverage. No spring in this turret design. The turret is locked into a solid steel ring with big rifle bolt type lugs. Patented design puts the lugs on the circumference so there can be no tipping. The linkage is so powerful that the largest magnum cases are sized with ease. Effort required is so small that the usual heavy bench is not essential. The Lee Turret Press has built-in primer catcher, longer stroke, more hand clearance and a comfortable new foam grip. Even if you do not need all of these features, why pay more for anything less? In fact, you will want a Lee Turret Press even if you already own a more expensive one.

The fourth hole in the turret allows you to install your Lee Factory Crimp Die or taper crimp die in the press.

The auto index on the press is capable of loading cartridges with an overall length of 2.313" or less. Lee's Classic Turret Press also has the auto index feature, and is capable of loading cartridges with an overall length of 3.313" or less. For both presses, anything longer than the above specs, would require the turret to be manually advanced.

Note: If you are using the Auto-Disk Powder Measure on this press, the Auto Disk Riser will need to be purchased to provide adequate clearance for the Lee Safety Prime.

Product image note: The 4 Hole Turret Press is pictured mounted on the Lee Reloading Stand. This item is sold separately, Natchez Item LEE90688.


I have one.  How can I tell which model I have

Asked by: Drofly
You can contact Lee at 262 673 3075
Answered by: Natchez
Date published: 2015-06-13

What is the difference between this and the classic turret press?

Asked by: pmm32
This is a less expensive alternative to the classic press. The classic is heavier construction.
Answered by: Natchez
Date published: 2015-05-30
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