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other end of the Dillon/Hornady debate

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by jmorris, Dec 26, 2008.

  1. jmorris

    jmorris Well-Known Member

    What can you get back out of them if you try to sell them? It looks like once the free bullets are gone even an SDB is worth more. What is the going rate for a used LNL?
  2. ReloaderFred

    ReloaderFred Well-Known Member

    Now you've gone and done it, started another "us vs them" thread.......

    The SDB would be worth scrap metal price in my shop. I use a few Dillon products, but not their presses.

    Hope this helps.

  3. Walkalong

    Walkalong Moderator

    I love the ergonomics of the LNL press. I have a system down pat with my old Projector. Right hand never has to leave the handle. A handful of bullets in my left hand to seat, and pick up a piece of brass each time with the left as the right pulls the handle. Simplicity its self. :)

    Yep, lets keep it pro one or the other. ;)
  4. jmorris

    jmorris Well-Known Member

    Ok, what would a used LNL be worth to you?

    Great, same question as above.
  5. ReloaderFred

    ReloaderFred Well-Known Member

  6. lgbloader

    lgbloader Well-Known Member

    Howdy All,

    Just a quick question to my buddy, Walkalong.

    Have you sent Hornady a picture of your projector yet?? I think it would make their Hall of Fame if they had one. I really would not be surprised if they offered you money and a new press in trade for it.

    Hope everyone had a great Christmas and enjoy the rest of your time off.

  7. Walkalong

    Walkalong Moderator

    Set a price....I'll let you know.
    Nah. I don't think they cover temper tantrums. :D

    Until the generation II shell plates, trying to prime on it would just set me off. Bought an RCBS hand primer, got the newer shell plates, and all was smiles again, plus I have mellowed. I haven't had a fit and destroyed anything since. (Over 20 years) One has to grow up sooner or later. :)

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