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LEE Precision Load-ALL IILee 90015 16 Ga Shotshell Load-All II Reloading Press
Type : Shotshell Reloading Press 16ga Material : Cast Iron Thread Size : N/A.Lee's Load-All II shotgun shells not only look better than those loaded on machines costing hundreds of dollars, but they usually have more uniform velocity and patterns. Twenty four shot and powder bushings are included free.

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Brand: LEE PRECISION
Part Number: 90015
UPC: 3430790015, 734307900151

 

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HELPFUL HINTS Some brands of primers are slightly larger

LOADING STEEL SHOT

than others. If you plan on reloading your cases many times, you can use the smaller diameter primers first. After the primer hole has been enlarged, the large primers will still hold snugly. give higher velocities than others. The amount of difference is generally not important. However, if you are a purist and desire the exact amount, consult the current load data supplied from the powder manufacturers. There is no better source than the literature supplied free or at nominal cost. a portable set-up, mount your Lee Load-All II to a piece of plywood or board. This can be C-clamped to any table, desk or countertop. Felt glued to the bottom of the board will keep it from damaging the surface on which its clamped. which theyre fired, you can eliminate the use of the full length sizer. This speeds loading and extends the life of the shell. Steel shot is easily loaded with the Lee LoadAll II. Follow the instructions from the supplier of steel shot. Lee Precision, Inc. has no load information. Move the wad guide up. Place three or four steel washers under the case while seating the wad. This is essential to fully seat the wad. Follow instructions below for large size shot.
C ertain combinations of components will

LARGE SIZE SHOT

CRIMP PROBLEMS Bad crimps are almost always due to using the wrong starter or not having the correct wad. This is frequently due to incorrect or outdated information found in reloading handbooks or literature supplied by component manufacturers. If you dont get a good crimp, check your components and bushings. If they are correct, change to a suitable length wad. See the important message below STATION 5 instructions. LOADS, SHELLS AND PRIMERS The loads listed on your Lee Charge Table are the result of many hours of sifting through the abundance of data. Loads that exhibited uniform results with a variety of components were selected. The only factor that must be considered for any Lee loads is the type of shell. Loads for all plastic cases, such as Federal, Champion II, Remington RXP or Winchester Compression Formed cases, use less powder for the same velocity and pressure. Shells made with a paper base wad, including plastic or paper case, require slightly more powder about 5% moreto give the same velocity. So it is important to know which type of shell youre loading and select the load data from the correct charge chart. Primer brand will make a slight difference; not enough though to concern the average shooter. Federal primers are the most powerful and Remington are the lightest. All others are in between these extremes. All are satisfactory for use with your Load-All II.
Shot sizes as large as #2s and BBs (#4 and #2 in 16 and 20 gauge) can be fed through the hopper, but will stick in the drop tube unless it is raised to the mouth of the shell. Its a good idea when using large size shot to bump the handle two or three times downward with the heel of your hand before and after dumping the shot. This will insure the charge bar fills and the shot does not stick in the drop tube.

BUCKSHOT

I f reloading shells for the same gun from
Do not attempt to feed buckshot through the hopper. Buckshot should be counted and placed in the shell by hand in layers.

12 GAUGE BUCKSHOT LOADS

ACTUAL COUNT OF SHOT CHARGE

POWDER GRAINS

T o insure uniform charges, do not let the hopper empty more than 1/4 below the top of the built-in baffle.
Hodgdon HS-6 Hodgdon HS-6 Hodgdon HS-6 Hodgdon HS-6

32.5 32.5 32.5 32.5

#4 Buck 27 #3 Buck 20 #0 Buck 12 #00 Buck 9

WEIGHING CHARGES Its not necessary to check charges with a scale. However, should you desire to do so, be certain to take a shell out of the normal loading sequence to insure the powder is properly agitated between charges and the press is subject to the stresses of loading. Otherwise, your charge will scale on the light side. This might tempt you to use a larger bushing and could result in an overcharge. The largest errors will be caused by powder density variation and operator technique. As much as 15% total difference from listed charges may be encountered. This should be on the light side for safety reasons. The load data supplied with your tool is only a partial listing of all that is available. Each powder manufacturer supplies, at little or no cost, extensive data for almost any possible combination of components.Youll find the Lee Charge Table adequate for 99% of all your loading needs. The shot bushings are designed to dispense the correct weight of #6 shot. Smaller size shot will give heavier charges and large size shot will be slightly on the light side. Exception is made with 1 oz. bushing. This is made to give very close charges for 71/2 and 8 size shot. This was done for the trapshooter. TO SUM UP

COMPLETE INSTRUCTIONS

LOAD-ALL II

Guarantee

lee reloading products
Use only plastic wads Primer type is unimportant for most loads Shells made of one-piece plastic construction,
including the base wad, require less powder.
are guaranteed not to wear out or break from normal use for two full years or they will be re aired or p replaced at no charge if returned to the factory. Any Lee product of current manufacture, regardless of age or condition, will be reconditioned to new, including a new guarantee, if returned to the factory with payment equal to half the current retail price.
Paper shells or plastic shells with a paper base
wad usually require slightly more powder to give the same velocity.
PARTS LIST FOR THE LEE LOAD-ALL II
Full length steel sizer . . . . . . . . . 12 gaugeLAgaugeLA104720 gaugeLA1048 Dies and carrier assembly, complete*. . . . . . . . . . . . . Shot and powder hopper. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LA1054 Cover for hopper. LA1055A Base. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LA1063 Shell holder* . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Square tube upright. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LA1066 Main spring. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LA1074 Handle or lever with grip. . . . . . LA1068 LA1069 Links from handle to base, pair. . . . . . . . . . . LA1067 Retainers for links . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LA1076 Primer guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90090

*IMPORTANT: When ordering these parts, specify for 12, 16 or 20 gauge
Lee offers a slug mold that will produce slugs that are easily loaded on your Load-All II. Best of all, accuracy is better than factory loaded rifled slugs and you can use standard trap wads and shells. Slug molds are complete with handles and load data.
12 gauge 1 oz. 7/8 oz. 90281 90282
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR 3 SHELLS ONLY
umn. Re-install 1/4 higher.
Lee 18 Cavity 00 Buckshot Bullet Mold
1Remove screw that holds wad guide to col-
Handles shown not included.
1996 LEE PRECISION, INC. PRINTED IN USA
4275 Hwy. U Hartford WI 53027 www.leeprecision.com

LA1088

2Do not pull down on handle to complete stop on STATION 4 & 5. Pull down until you feel some resistance. If in doubt, use too little pressure and raise handle to see if the crimp has formed properly. If not, apply a little more pressure. You will very quickly learn to feel the correct pressure.
Eighteen cavity 00 buckshot precision-machined mold produces 18 linked pellets per cast. No need to individually count pellets simply snip three strands into your 12 gauge shell. Each cast produces enough pellets to load two 12 GA. shotshells.
.330 ball diameter. No. 90486
Primer door. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LA1081 Primer pin . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LA1044 Primer guide spring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LA1075 Nameplate and two screws . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LA1073 Wad guide gauge. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LA16 & 20 gauge. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LA1062 Charge table gauge. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LA16 & 20 gauge. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LA1071 Charge bar. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LA1057A Bushing, shot or powder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bushing box. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LA1057B Complete charge bar kit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 90016
including box, 16 powder bushings, 8 shot bushings, instructions and 12 gauge load data
NOTE: Primer Feeder is optional. Order 90069 primer feeder

LEE PRECISION, INC.

CAUTION Ammunition reloading can be dangerous if done im roperly and should not p be attempted by persons not willing and able to read and folow instructions exl actly. Children should not be permitted to reload ammunition without strict parental supervision. Always wear safety glasses when reloading and shooting. Ammunition loaded with these tools and data should only be used in modern guns in good condition. We do not accept responsibility for ammunition loaded with these tools or data as we have no control over the manufacture and storage of components or the loading procedure and techniques. Primers and gun powders, like gasoline and matches, can be dangerous if improperly handled or misused.

1.4.11

Lee Precision, Inc.

CHECKED BY

LA1088 LOAD ALL II INSTRUCTION SHEET mjh
PRIMERS Any brand of primer may be used. When using fine grained ball powder, its best to use a primer with a covered flash hole to prevent the powder from entering the primer. This is not dangerous, but may upon firing, leak gas around the primer. It could drive the case into the chamber and disable the gun until the shell is removed with a cleaning rod.
CAUTION To reduce the chance of mass detonation of primers in the primer feed, use only primers that have a covered flash hole.
POWDER After determining the amount of shot you desire to use, select the powder type and proper powder and shot bushing from the charge table. Loads listed on the charge table have been compiled from load data supplied by the powder manufacturers. It has been condensed to a simplified form for use with your LoadAll II. Only loads that produce uniform results with a variety of components are listed. CASES Your Lee Load-All II will load all types of cases with ease. However, cases made for trap and skeet shooting are designed for reloading and will reload more times before wearing out. Cases with split ends, cracked or damaged brass and holes burned in the side should be discarded. High brass case or low brass case refers only to the brass length on the outside of the case. This does not have any bearing on the strength of the case or the load it will accept. The brass length is only a selling feature designed to impress the purchaser with the implied extra powder. The important consideration in case selection is the type of base wad. Cases with a paper base wad require slightly more powder for the same velocity. Less powder must be used in cases with plastic base wad or no base wad, such as Remington RXP, Winchester AA, Winchester Compression Formed or Federal Champion II. Be sure you can select your load data from the proper column on the charge table. SHOT All of the current manufacturers of shot supply good quality shot. Selection by lowest price is suggested.
WADS Your Lee Load-All II is designed to load plastic wads only, preferably the one piece variety. When using these, no wad pressure is required and if applied, will quickly neutralize itself. Crimping the shell in reality applies the wad pressure. The important and basic difference in the one piece wad is the length of the wad and the amount of space it occupies within the shell. It is important that the shell be completely filled to make a good crimp. Once the weight of shot is selected, the only variable volume component is the wad. This information is supplied by the wad manufacturer, usually printed on the bag or carton they are packaged in. The correct wads for trap and skeet loads are readily available because they are the cases most often loaded. Wad types are usually listed on load data supplied by powder manufacturers. See your local sporting goods dealer or write directly to the powder manufacturer for a copy of the latest load data. Generally, wads will come in two basic lengths, long and short. A supply of each size will take care of 90% of your loading. Sometimes it may be necessary to slip a cardboard wad of a smaller gauge to take up excess space. Flake type powder will compress more than the ball or granular powder. Changing powder type may make a difference in the final crimp. CONVERTING TO ANOTHER GAUGE

12 GAUGE 16 GAUGE 20 GAUGE Order 90070 Order 90071 Order 90072
BEFORE YOU START RELOADING M 1 ount your Lee Load All II to a sturdy
NOW YOU CAN BEGIN RELOADING
Your Lee Load-All II is factory set and requires no adjustment.
STATION 3 Slip the shell into the wad

guide at STATION 3.

bench or table with the three screws supplied. See helpful hints for portable mounting. Mount press no more than from edge of bench for handle clearance.
STATION 4 Place the shell under the STATION 3a Lower the handle and slide
charge bar to the right. This adds the powder. proper crimp starter. Keep an inward fold of the shell mouth toward the front for proper alignment with the segmented starter. Depress the handle to a full stop. Some shells may require a two-second pause to set the plastic. Note The 8-segment crimp starter is in the front on the 12 GAUGE only. The other gauges have the 6-segment starter in the front. Be sure you select the correct one.
2 If you dont have the primer feed,
Order 90069 for Primer Feeder.
install the primer punch, spring and primer guide into station 2.
STATION 1 Slip the sizing die,
grooved end up, over the shell. Place the shell in STATION 1 and pull down the handle. This will full length size and deprime the shell.
The Lee Load-All II is easily and economically converted to another gauge.
STATION 3b Raise handle, insert proper
wad and lower the handle until it stops.
DISASSEMBLY AND CONVERSION
S 1pring the aluminum handle free of the pivot pins and slide the hopper assembly off the square column. Hold your hand over the powder hopper while emptying the shot. Pour the powder back into its original container. onto the new carrier. the same wad guide.
3Remove two screws holding the name-
R 2 emove the nameplate and hopper and install R 3 eplace the wad guide. 16 and 20 gauge use
plate. Remove charge bar and install correct shot bushing and powder bushing as shown on the charge table. Reassemble, being careful to not overtighten the screws. CAUTION Recheck the bushing against the load data. Too much shot or powder will cause dangerous pressures.
STATION 5 Immediately move the shell
into the shell holder at STATION 5 and complete the crimp. You should have a perfectly crimped shell with a nice, tapered end.
4 Slide the charge bar to the left and fill
4 Replace the shell holder. 5Reassemble to the column and handle B 6 e sure to install the correct shot

powder bushings.

the shot and powder hoppers. Note the powder hopper is the smaller one on the left, above the word powder on the nameplate.
5 Sort cases as to brand and type and discard the defective ones. Because interior length differs between brands and types, they require different length wads. Its best to load one type at a time.
STATION 2 Place a primer in the priming pocket at STATION 2. Move the shell onto STATION 2; pull down the handle. The sizing die will automatically be pushed off at this station. Remove it completely from the shell.
STATION 3c Slide the charge bar to the
left to add the shot. Raise the handle.
IMPORTANT A good crimp can only be obtained if the wad is the correct length. After the shot is added, there should be about 1/2 inch of shell above the shot on a 12 gauge; about 7 inch for the 20 gauge; /16 and just slightly more for the 16 gauge. If the crimp is too deep with a hole in the center, use a longer wad. Mashed in crimps or crushed cases indicate the wad should be shorter.

 

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