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F/S 2 Dillon Sqare Deals

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by darr, Mar 15, 2010.

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  1. darr

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    I have 2 Square Deals f/s.One is in .45 ACP and the other is 9mm.Both are in excellent shape and would come in the box with manuals and everything that came with them.I just moved to bigger machines.I will sell either for $275 delivered in the lower 48.I also have the strong mounts for them I never took out of the box for $50 a piece,Dillon gets $68.Thanks for looking and if you would like to talk on the phone I will give the # out on my email.Thanks again.

    Darr Wilson
     
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    I will ship either of these with the hardmount for $300.That is about $175 cheaper than Dillons and they are like new.They load beutiful ammo at about 250 to 300 an hour.They have lifetime warranties and caliber changes are around $65 to$80.

    Darr Wilson
     
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    Those are good deals, Darr. Money must be tight right now.
     
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    I agree.I bought them for my kids to run but they lost interest fast.I load for a couple of law enforcememnt agencies and do it all myself so I use bigger machines.But these load just as good a cartridge as the 1050 does.

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    Darr, Check your pm. Thanks, Richard
     
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    Good deals.Lots of bites but no takers.We will get together somehow.Thanks.

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    It's hard to believe there are 983 hits on this thread and no sales. These are bargains for folks wanting to custom make some handgun ammo and the lifetime, NO BS warranty extended by Dillon is tops. I've seen examples when guys have dropped their loader from a 2nd story stairway or had it burned in a house fire and Dillon either repairs or replaces it. Then, I will vouch for Sir Wilson being a straight shooter - BUY!.....Bob Dodd
     
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    Thanks for the nice words Bob.Both are still for sale as of now but lots of bartering.
     
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    im working on funds, need to move items myself
     
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    The .45 press is sold pending funds.9mm is still available.
     
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    hi darr,

    can you give me some ballpark range what it costs to load .45 acp these days for ball or wc these days?

    tks in advance,
    miles
     
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    All depends on how you buy your components. As an average if you already have your brass I would guess about 10.50 per 50 for FMJ's --- about 2.00 less per box for cast lead.

    Bottom line....you must buy your components in bulk and not pay close to retail. Just a month ago we sold 45's factory stuff in FMJ for 19.50 per box---and right now that is considered very low priced---if you can find them.
     
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    Brass $80/1000, cast 225 bullets $80/1000, Wolf primers $28/1000, powder $20 lb would result in less than $.20 per shot first time around. Some powder would be left over and you continue to use your empties. Not incuding empties you would have less than $.13 per shot in them after that!! Clearly reloading is the way to go if you shoot a lot. On my Dillon XL650 I can crank out 750-800 rounds per hour so it not much of a time investment for me. But they are not an inexpensive loader either. A square deal loader is a great cost effective pistol caliber only loader to the guy who shoots a moderate amount of shells. The next notch up would be the 550 and you can get case feed capabilites for it. Darr's deal on the 9mm is still good even if you need to convert it to another caliber.
     
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    Not meaning to sideline this thread, but are large and small pistol primers available now? I remember last year you just could not find any, and there were scalper types that were trying to get $75/1000 for primers. It was also hard to find bullets. My favorite cast bullet company, National Bullet, closed down due to lead prices.
     
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    yeah primers are around but some are harder to get than others...the key is buy them locally to save on the shipping charges...i was able to pick some up from a local guy for $25 to $35 per 1000
     
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