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Wanted Dillon 650 reloader

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by InsureGuy, Oct 15, 2012.

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  1. InsureGuy

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    Hello and Good After Noon !!

    I am wanting to start reloading since the cost of nearly every caliber has traveled to the nosebleed section of the sky. I am mainly wanting to reload .223 and .40 and .45 calibers. Thinking on using a dillon machine to do so. Does anyone here have any issues with relaoding for these calibers and if not, have a loader that your no longer using ?


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    You've picked a great loader. Stay with Dillon and you will never be dissatisfied. The only thing better is a 1050.

    However, a 1050 is a real PIA to convert cartridges, thus the 650 would be the top choice for converting and output.

    Good Luck in your search and stay Blue!


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