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I know this isn't M14 related but I thought it was important.

Lee .223 Remington Full Length Resizing Die Recall Notice
Date Code Stamp C4
These dies were shipped from April to June of 2004.
Return full length resizing die ONLY! to Lee at:

Lee Precision, Inc.
4275 HIGHWAY U
HARTFORD WISCONSIN 53027


for free replacement.
Return shipping charges will be paid by Lee.

Phone:
262-673-3075 Voice
262-673-9273 FAX

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:( Thanks Bill! :? I'll call them to see what the Problem is and send it back.
 

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Trung Si said:
:( Thanks Bill! :? I'll call them to see what the Problem is and send it back.
The recall is not listed on their website so I called to confirm it. They said to send the die to them and they would replace it and refund the cost of shipping. I found the recall notice in a Lee ad in the new issue of Shooting Times. :D
 

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Lee makes some pretty good dies. I use their sizers, neck sizing collet, and collet crimpers. I use Hornady for seaters, as I like the floating head.

Good company too! I bent the heck out of a decapping rod (my own fault), and they sent another out at no cost... no questions.

Talked to a large LE ammo reloading company and they use Lee exclusively. They turn the threads off of the die and use a collet to hold them in the industrial machine.
 
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Lee Dies, Only one of very few things in life I can say I got more than I paid for. Great product, great tradition.

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