Lee Quick Change Drums

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Lee Quick Change Drums

Postby cheech » 21 Aug 2022 19:51

Between small and large, I have about 25 drums. Right now I’m keeping them in sandwich bags with the caliber and powder charge marked for each one. Is there a more convenient way to store these? Any ideas?
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Re: Lee Quick Change Drums

Postby Ranch Dog » 22 Aug 2022 06:16

I have as many as you do, maybe a few more. I keep them in a plastic bin, each dusted with graphite. I use TMT reloading software, assigning each load a firearm ID and load number. I label the drums accordingly.

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In the above example, the drum is for my Winchester '94 Timber Scout, a 30-30 Win, and it is load #6 in the record system for that rifle (30.6 grains H4895).
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Re: Lee Quick Change Drums

Postby jlhog » 26 Aug 2022 11:47

This how I label mine.
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Re: Lee Quick Change Drums

Postby GasGuzzler » 27 Aug 2022 03:15

I use Avery return address labels with hand-written notes on powder, weight, and cartridge.
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Re: Lee Quick Change Drums

Postby berdan » 30 Aug 2022 02:20

cheech wrote:Between small and large, I have about 25 drums. Right now I’m keeping them in sandwich bags with the caliber and powder charge marked for each one. Is there a more convenient way to store these? Any ideas?


You could get someone to print you some of these or just drill 24 holes in a board.

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:4607694
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