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Buying a Dillon 650 thru Brian Enos

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by loadedround, Aug 1, 2010.

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  1. loadedround

    loadedround Member

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    I plan on purchasing a Dillon 650 with accessories within the the next week and can buy it from three sources: 1. Buy from Dillon and pay over 45.00 for shipping. 2. Buy it locally and pay 6% sales tax. or 3. Buy from Brian Enos and he pays shipping over 400.00. Sounds like a no brainer at first, but I know nothing about Brian Enos except his reputation as competitive shooter. What experiences have my fellow reloaders had with Brian? Being retired, every dollar I save can go back into shooting. Thanks guys. :)
     
  2. EddieNFL

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    Didn't buy my presses from him, but have purchased several accessories. Always a smooth transaction.
     
  3. kestak

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    Greetings,

    +1 Brian Enos. He answers fast to E-mails and he has competitive pricing. He ships fast too. Years ago, I bought my first press from him and I sent an E-mail to him asking him if I forgot something for what I wanted to do. He revised the order and told me everything was ok.

    Thank you
     
  4. PCCUSNRET

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    Another + for Brian. I purchased a Dillon 550 and a lot of supplies and other equipment (spare parts, dies, swagger, tumbler, etc., ) from Brian and had no problems with the transaction. Highly recommended.
     
  5. k&j 223

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    Loadedround, They don;t come any better than Brian Enos, he is first class to deal with . He will treat you first class as well. Never worry about Brian. Its the same as dealing with Dillon. I have been very pleased with my orders every time. Good luck with your new Dillon 650 , I love mine. A very good choice, you'll not be sorry. k&j223
     
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    Brian saved me a lot of money, he takes the time to insure you get all you need and nothing more. You will be very happy with Brian's service.
     
  7. taliv

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    bought my 1050 from him years ago. mostly because of the quality of dillon info back then on his board (and the 5% disc)
     
  8. weeniewawa

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    +99 on Brian

    it seems like the orders go straight to Dillons warehouse it ships so fast

    plus it may give him a cut of it too

    he is the only place I get my Dillon stuff from
     
  9. Exposure

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    You can't lose ordering from Brian. I purchased my Super Swage 600 from him and it was at my door FAST.

    When I bought I my 1050 from him I called first to ask a few questions. He personally answered the phone on the second ring and took all the time I needed to make sure I was getting the right setup.

    Order with confidence. Every business should try to follow his model.
     
  10. DIV03

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    Don't think twice just order it from Brain.
     
  11. 262runner

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    +A for Brian, like every one else said good service and a great press, it's 550 for me. you won't be disappointed
     
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