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Speeding up the process.

Post by Axehandle on Sat Aug 23, 2014 9:36 am

Spent a lifetime shooting government supplied ammo.  Always been a loader for other stuff.  Today I am a retired shooter.  Been loading 45 ACP on my Dillon 550.  Time to make a change.  A Dillon 1050 will come to my house.  Had one years ago when I wasnt' shooting.  Looking forward to cutting down my 45 ACP loading time. With lots of crimped primer crimped cases in my brass buckets I have always liked the primer pocket swagert on the 1050 too.  I understand the the swaging process actually trues up the primer pocket too.

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Re: Speeding up the process.

Post by DavidR on Sat Aug 23, 2014 10:34 am

I love my 1050, loads fast and produces accurate rounds

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Re: Speeding up the process.

Post by BE Mike on Sat Aug 23, 2014 1:17 pm

Axehandle wrote:Spent a lifetime shooting government supplied ammo.  Always been a loader for other stuff.  Today I am a retired shooter.  Been loading 45 ACP on my Dillon 550.  Time to make a change.  A Dillon 1050 will come to my house.  Had one years ago when I wasnt' shooting.  Looking forward to cutting down my 45 ACP loading time. With lots of crimped primer crimped cases in my brass buckets I have always liked the primer pocket swagert on the 1050 too.  I understand the the swaging process actually trues up the primer pocket too.
I never had a 1050, just a 450 (converted to 550B) and a 650. That being said, I've always heard good things about the 1050 from my buds, especially about the primer pocket swaging.

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Re: Speeding up the process.

Post by JIMPGOV on Sat Aug 23, 2014 2:23 pm


WELCOME TO THE CLUB. JP

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Re: Speeding up the process.

Post by Axehandle on Sat Aug 23, 2014 2:56 pm

Dang!  Have you considered getting some help? Very Happy

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Re: Speeding up the process.

Post by JIMPGOV on Sat Aug 23, 2014 2:57 pm

NOPE I CARRY EVERYTHING IN MYSELF.

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