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Post by radjag on 10/7/2020, 12:20 pm

With lots of help and advice from others on this forum and a few tweaks, I have now got my case feeder working quite well.

However, I do still occasionally find that cases hang up against the stainless steel "kicker" in the mouth of the bin.

I notice that the kicker can be adjusted to sit in any of a series of grooves in the plastic.Dillon Casefeeder question Dillon24
Has anybody determined which groove is for what? I've tried near / middle / far positions, but am not seeing any difference in frequency of hang-ups.

Help please.

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Post by TonyH on 10/7/2020, 12:44 pm

Roy,
I have found that my case and bullet feeder works with 100% reliability on my 550 as long as I stay in the groove!Wink
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Tony
P.S. Even my old grandma case and bullet feeder!
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Post by radjag on 10/7/2020, 12:46 pm

Thanks Tony. But which groove?

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Post by expendable on 10/7/2020, 2:23 pm

In the case feeder manual it tells you what position to put it in for the caliber loading. 

Or is the factory setting not working for you?

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Post by TonyH on 10/7/2020, 2:27 pm

radjag wrote:Thanks Tony. But which groove?
You missed the pic of my case/bullet feeder above? The “pay attention when reloading” groove is what I was referring to.
Sorry, not constructive and a feeble attempt at humor.
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Post by radjag on 10/7/2020, 2:31 pm

Ah! Read the manual! Thanks Expendable.

I had forgotten that there is a separate manual for the case feeder - I just looked at it (for the first time Embarassed).

the part in question is called the Case Feeder Cuff. seems that for pistol brass the middle position is recommended. OK, I will put it back to that and try again.

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Post by expendable on 10/7/2020, 2:41 pm

Probably position #3, right Tony Cool

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