I have a dillon SL 900. It loads really well, but as I load by the time I'm about 50 rounds in, the screws on the primer cover start to tighten to the point of having to take a pair of plyers to get them off. I only finger tighten them to begin with. And then it gets in a bind, so that when the screws do come out, the whole thing snaps back into place. I start over and it happens again.
The first time it happened, I had just filled it with primers. So not thinking anything of it, I undid the screws. And the last screw....when I got it undone the whole thing snapped back into place and I was picking up a 100 primers with the magnectic wand...which is awesome!!!
I check them every now and then, and they are still finger snug. So when it happens, it does not have any warning. One hull it's snug, then next hull it's so tight I can't get them off.
Something is moving to get it in that much of a bind, but can't figure it out.
Any suggestions on what I'm doing wrong? (I've called Dillion, on hold for an hour and do not answer emails) so no joy that route.
(And a side question, does anyone make a "wing" nut to replace those flat black plastic hard screws that come with the machine?) Something just a little bit easier to get hold of?)
Thanks a bunch guys