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Old 06-20-2019, 11:26 AM
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A buddy of mine 3D printed a replacement feed ramp for the Auto Breech Lock Pro that doesnt require press disassembly. Seems to be tougher too.

He also printed a new case feeder head and case pusher for .40S&W that totally eliminated the dreaded .40 case flinging. Ive got 2350rds of 40 loaded so far with ZERO cases flung. If theres any interest, his email is rgnglzrd@gmail.com (Michael)
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So far I'm up to 1420rds of .40 S&W with no flung brass. These replacement parts are amazing!!
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How do you like the auto breech lock pro. I want to upgrade from my single stage for 9mm. I like the 4 stations vs. the 3 for the pro 1000
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When I first got it, it frustrated the hell outta me. I moved up from a classic turret. Now that it it dialed in, I LOVE it. Knock out 100rds in no time. Kept the turret press for rifle and use the ABLP for pistol now
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Thank you. I am.tired of taking the brass out if the press so many times! I would load 9mm and 223 on it, so I think it would be a good investment! Thanks for the reply!

Nice bench! I can only dream of a nice setup like that!
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They all have a place for different jobs. The Lee bench plate makes it easy to swap stuff around. Ive got powder measure stands, swagers, bench primers etc on the plates as well. Take off a press and put on one of the other tools in seconds.

The ABLP is a budget progressive. There are a lot of parts made out of plastic that can get damaged. Lee will replace them free + shipping. Trouble is most of their stuff is "Universal - One size fits all". This guy Michael makes case specific stuff pretty cheap & it works fantastic! He's even made a bullet feeder die if you prime off press. I'm happy to help you out with the set up if you get an ABLP. After you get used to watching all 4 stations you will love it. Takes a bit of learning but well worth it. I'll attach a pic of the bullet feeder die he is sending me.
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A buddy of mine 3D printed a replacement feed ramp for the Auto Breech Lock Pro that doesnt require press disassembly. Seems to be tougher too.

He also printed a new case feeder head and case pusher for .40S&W that totally eliminated the dreaded .40 case flinging. Ive got 2350rds of 40 loaded so far with ZERO cases flung. If theres any interest, his email is rgnglzrd@gmail.com (Michael)
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Hey all! Thanks for having me on this board.

I'm the guy Bikertrash is talking about. So far, my product line is pretty extensive but I'm not done yet. Feel free to ask me about my parts either thru here, email or via Facebook's "Lee Press Repairs ABLP" group page.
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