RCBS Rebel Master Reloading Kit Giveaway!

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Ultimate Reloader and Midsouth Shooters – RCBS Rebel Master Reloading Kit Giveaway

Ultimate Reloader and Midsouth Shooters - RCBS Rebel Master Reloading Kit Giveaway

Midsouth Shooters and Ultimate Reloader are giving away a new RCBS Rebel Master Reloading Kit to one lucky winner. It’s super-easy to enter, totally safe, and you could win one of the coolest kits on the market right now. Just use the portal below, and enter daily!

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53 thoughts on “RCBS Rebel Master Reloading Kit Giveaway!”

  1. Love RCBS reloading equipment. Have been reloading for over 20 years. Have all RCBS presses & dies. Reload over 17 different calibers on single stage presses.

  2. I love RCBS equipment. Have multiple RCBS presses & reload ov 17 calibers. Have been reloading over 20 years & have seen the price of reloading skyrocket with the cost of primers, bullets & powder.

  3. I have used RCBS products since the late 70’s, they probably did more to promote reloading than any other company.

  4. I’ve been a shooter for many years but have never taken up reloading…I’m on a shoestring budget so have been trying to win a reloader for several years now with no luck! I’ve done a bunch of reading on reloaders and think RCBS is at the top of the heap! Ease of use, top quality construction, durability and industry reputation are all very good reasons to choose RCBS reloading products! Thankyou for offering this great giveaway! Dennis

  5. I have an old RCBS Jr. press, purchased in 1967. Been some time since it was used, but it served very well, loading thousands of 30-06 & 7.62 MM NATO (.308 Winchester) cartridges plus 38 Special, 9 x 19, 45 ACP. Yes, it’s slow operation, but then so is any single stage press. The people at RCBS were also very helpful with minor modifications, altering seating punches to fit particular bullets. I haven’t done business with them in some time, but if they remained as they had been in the past, they were very good.

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