This is one of the more recent discussions. Click on link.My apology's if this has been asked before. TIA
Ramble all you like, you have a captive audience, and most of us are older and we can take time to read what you have to say.Thanks to jsraney and Rick Barker for your replies. As soon as I hit post I said to myself why didn't research a little further down on the page. I have about had it with Mec. been using them since the mid 80's. I have to start loading for three now. A son in law who works a ton of hours every week, and my grandson. Just replaced my old 650 with a new one, and not impressed. Looked at the videos for the Grand and said wow! Yea I know why didn't I take the money and buy a Grand. I'm 70 yrs. old and at this point money to me is only a tool to buy some happiness. I only have the one grandson,m and love to spoil him to his mothers chagrin, but he's the only one I have., The wife and I are looking at Harley trikes, maybe looking to trade my ultra limited. I know I'm rambling, but my father was diagnosed with Alzheimers at 53, and passed at 61 in 1988. It's a good thing him and my mother traveled and led a good life before that. She passed last June at 100 yrs. old. THANKS for letting me talk about them all.
I'm a second owner and I call for a part. Usually in next day mail. Never been charged. Hardest anything to wear out except plastic part on primer feed. I did drop my sixer ring and it rolled down the drain in my building. Called for another one. Told then it was my fault and wanted to pay for it. It come in 2 days and no charge. Amazing.The Grand will give you more shells in less time allowing you to spend more time shooting. Will also be something you can pass on to your kids. The warranty by RCBS applies to the machine. Many second owners are allowed free replacement parts.