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well right place at the right time and I have another dillon- a 900 shotshell press

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by tallpaul, Jan 29, 2012.

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  1. tallpaul

    tallpaul Member

    Oct 17, 2006
    I was going to use it to trade into a 650 or something but darn it seems like she is gonna blow the barn doors off of my pacific 366. She needs a cleaning but seems to be complete and running. I had heard one was at an auction and placed a proxy bid and won to my surprise. well it was shipped to me last week and I got it yesterday. I thought the casefeeder and other parts could be used with some changes but like I said she is complete- I think ;)

    Best part was in the box with it was a complete lyman 450 lubrisizer with the tools to adjust it :D I can put that to use too.

    Funny thing is I have lee 1000's as in about 6 of em and they along with a couple rock chuckers, have done my loading for years although I had been out of shootin for a while- or out of it enough where I had not set my loading room up in the new house yet but have started, I bought a dillon 550 12 years ago that I never set up yet, but that is gonna change too...

    I want a 650 I think for most of the pistol stuff and 223 and the lees are fast for standard pistol and the 650 should match them in an easier less fussy manner, not that the lees will not be used but they may be used less I think, we will see. Like I said that 900 is smooth and its not cleaned up yet and the 650 is the same frame so I imagine the 650 will be really nice for rifle n pistol.
  2. FROGO207

    FROGO207 Member

    Dec 7, 2008
    Mount Desert Island Maine
    :D:D:neener:Don't you just hate it when life gives you that little nudge to go back and enjoy things long forgotten.:D I can relate for sure!! Picture--we need pictures when you get set up again.:cool:

    BTW Welcome back.:D
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