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Automated Reloading

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by stiffdogg06, Mar 30, 2013.

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  1. stiffdogg06

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    Well, that takes all the fun out of it. :)
     
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    Real nifty loader but the cost is $$$$$!
     
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    $30,000+ buys a whole lot of 'easy' - I couldn't afford to keep it in components, let alone buy it - LOL
     
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    Check out some of JMorris's posts. He has some cool toys too!
     
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    Why does the Camdex have so many stations? Seems kinda "Rube Goldberg" to me...I like it and Jims!
     
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eCsUscgCDJ0

    Case feed, size, primer swage, powder check(?) priming, bullet feed, seating and crimp. Finishing die?

    They vary, I've seen some other Camdex machines with fewer stations, older machines, probably.
     
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    Came close to pulling the trigger on a older model a year ago, was set-up for 38spl which I don't shoot , Seller and Jane at Camdex couldn't agree on being able to mod unit to load other calibers.

    In hind sight for $3300 I should have grabbed it as I think seller was right some mill time and it would have been able to run other calibers.

    Ole boy has had them for sale on and off several times over the last few years, don't figure to pass on one next time
     
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    I saw an ad recently on NWFC for someone selling some of those Dillon's. Also saw an ad for shotshell loaders that were hydraulically driven according to the ad. Me I'll just pull the handle on my press.
     
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    The primer shortage has me happy with a Lee Loader and a mallet.
     
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