Just my opinion, but I use the metal cans as I believe the plastic type may have issues with being full, and trying to move them.
I clean my machine regularly, and have no issues with the system------Just sayin'.
It's also comical that once you say you have a Dillon, the hater's think that is the ONLY press you have.
I ALSO have other brands that I use...
I don't seem to see anything disparaging about that remark, yet it seems those that refuse to admit they are in the upper tier of equiptment, have...
Sorry to hear, but I settled my issues with a simple phone call.
I don't believe any more are being offered until the shipment is approved.
I guess where the rock I live under is, I don't see a large discrepancy in price among equal machines.
But, my rock, my opinion....:)....As is yours.
I would beg to differ,
The FEW times I have had to deal with them has been a pleasure...
The Calendar Girls don't hurt any matters, tho...!;)
Are you saying that crappy machines that are CHEAP are the way to go...?
I would rather pay more for something solid, with a great customer...
Especially since it can be run as a single stage if desired.
550 was my choice, it was also my first press.
Bulk lead coated bullets get transferred into 50 or 30 cal ammo cans ( they hold anywhere from 2k to 5k ).
FMJ's ( which are all rifle bullets )...
I'll probably go in for another 5k if it is offered.
Even better if it is shipped with the original order, for no more shipping cost than the...
Is it possible the dies are inadvertently set up for .38 special...?
I only say that because of the buckled cases....
My thoughts, exactly.......!!!:thumbup:
Well..........................at least you had fun shooting, eh......:)
Better luck next time.....
That is an AWESOME photo.....:thumbup:...!!!
@mdi said it best, also, don't feel that you have to buy the 1st components you see, a little digging and you will find stuff at "reasonable"...
I agree with your powder selection, also....:thumbup:;)
Two Big Dogs trading information blows.....
This is mighty interesting / informative......!!:)
Alliant Sport Pistol.
147gr HiTek coated LRN from SNS.
Been a good combo for me...:)
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