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Finally read the FAQs

Finally read the FAQs (3/11)

  1. I just measured 4 different RL 1050 shellplates --all four measure .2000 +/-" across the same measuring surface. It appears the extra thickness is on the top surface with an additional scallop --thus no change in the resize depth. The extra thickness would be helpful to avoid shellplate flex during the station 3 primer pocket swage. It would also mean they are compatibie with earlier production rl 1050/ Super 1050 machines.. This may have been part of the increased rigidity Dillon alluded to the 1100/2000 series which we normally think refers only to the frame.
  2. Are you referring to the Hornady casefeeder? , the new variable Mk 7 casefeeder, or the $1300 MA Mk7 casefeeder?
  3. does it make more noise than the polymer ( Dillon or Hornady ) casefeeder ?
  4. Primer pocket swaging is not intended to remove carbon and has little effect on the primer pocket carbon. The swaging station will have a small amount of PP carbon particles that can "flake off"
  5. Correct--I have 2 RL 1050's set up to process pistol and rifle brass. Both machines are Mark 7 automated and run at 1200-1500 rph--clutch set at 1, decap sensor " ON "
  6. I rotary tumble ( Dillon ) then hand sort all brass before it goes into a dedicated RL1050 with only a FW decapper. Replaced the metal spent prmer cup with a spent primer hose -- minimal debris on the press which is vacuumed to keep press clean
  7. I decap only in 1st pass. Brass is then wet cleaned and dried All other steps in 2nd pass.
  8. My Sig all steel x5 has a difficult time feeding Winchester 146 TC ammo in the aftermarket Barsto match 9mm barrel--never tried the 124gn TC loads.
  9. Double thickness top -1 1/2" with fascia board. Then I used a wood rasp to "hogout" a deep groove in the fascia/countertop edge to allow the handle to drop to full extension.
  10. Does the brass juice remove the factory anneal marks found on LC, PSD and other mil-spec 223 brass ?
  11. Entirely eliminated primer pullback in decap only mode--- .223 brass---running slow 900 rph on RL 1050 with Mk 7 pro
  12. 1200-1500 . I'm slowing down as I get older, I don't need to either process or reload at a breakneck pace and I just enjoy not having to manually pull the handle.
  13. I'm sold---How do I get this locally or is this something you are selling?
  14. Did Mike have you place a rectangular sheet of aluminum foil behind the stationary sizing plate ? --it provides a tighter rollsize
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