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Chuck,

I don't believe you can use standard dies in the Square D machine. Here is a quote from their site regarding those dies:

"The Square DealB is only capable of loading the common straight walled pistol cartridges, uses a proprietary drop-in insert style die, and is a great compact reloader."

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Mac,

Why do you feel the Square D is better than the 550's? Are there certain features that out perform?

Thanks,

Steve
 

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The Dillon 650 with the optional casefeeder can be outfitted with a P/W autodrive and a Double Alpha bullet feeder. By pushing a toggle switch and pressing a button, you'll be cranking out quality 800 rifle to 1000 pistol reloads an hour. Your only bottleneck is the primer system; but as long as you have several tubes pre-filled, you're good to go. It's as close to full automation as you can get without investing in commercial types machines. Total cost: around $2500.

Having quality dies such as the one being offered here also helps.

The only downside is you better have a lot of components ready as you'll go through them quickly.
 
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