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dillon/hornday case feeder plates

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by predator116, Nov 28, 2008.

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  1. predator116

    predator116 Member

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    Are they driffrent they look the same but the price is way driffrent has anyone here tryed the horndays in a dillon because I have a dillon but need some more plates.

    John
     
  2. snuffy

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    The only person that can answer that ? is someone that has tried it, or has both the dillon 650 and the LNL Hornady. Good luck finding that person. Dillons cost more for one reason, THEY WORK!
     
  3. lgbloader

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    Now hold on there, Snuffy.

    Hornady case feeders cost alot more than Dillon Case feeders. LOL...

    LGB
     
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    That’s only because the mechanism that feeds the cases into the shell plate is standard on the 650, all you are really buying is the collator. That’s a nice feature if you have multiple machines and only one case feeder; it’s just one screw to swap from one to another. On the LNL you are buying the case feeder parts and the collator, so it’s $300 per machine no matter what.
     
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