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  1. Clean Shot is a big sleeper. Great for 9mm and 9PCC Cheap too.
  2. Just switch powder. TG is to hot for most coatings. There will always be folks that say no problems here. Chang powder.
  3. WSF is the best powder I found for this. Ladder.
  4. Fun to shoot Cheap ammo Up close drills on steel Fun to shoot
  5. I run that bullet on an automated 1050 at 1600/hr. With preprocessed brass. No issues. I use the powder funnel from Double Alpha. It is not just the bell. You want the first few millimeters opened up a tad so that bullet sticks.
  6. Make sure the shafts match (hole is there and in the correct spot.
  7. So Memphis- Curious have u tried CLR?
  8. Easy to fail case checking with a U-die if you run a heavy bullet deep. Like a flat base even bevel base. Also trying to load larger diameter bullets that are heavy too and/or deep. .357-.358 I run a U-die on a 1050 and there are a few headstamps that fail (Agula) comes to mind. I would rather have a fail case checking than swage my powder coated bullet with something like a Lee factory crimp die.
  9. Brazos 95gr. RN 1.023” .356 3.7gr E3 1345fps 127.8PF S&B primer Nordic Components 16” w/MBX comp also ran some Lee cast/coated .356 95gr. FP 1.02 COL 5.1 Gr. PV 1301fps 125PF S&B primer Nordic 16” w/MBX
  10. I am having a hard time getting good accuracy at 25 yards with the 95’s. Tried N320 WSF TG so far 6” is all I can get. Anybody getting tight groups? What bullet /powder?
  11. What????? Lee said at one time no Federal. WST is sticky? Hmmmm I run a 1050 Ammobot with that combo. No issues. I use WST as my favorite SUB minor load for 9mm.
  12. I ordered 1,000 lbs. of 9mm Brazos bullets. 95gr 125gr. 147gr. Only shot the 147’s in Nordic PCC Tight 1 hole groups at 25 yards benched 2moa red dot. I was not in a hurry and told them so. Very happy.
  13. How fast is your bullet going? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  14. Mighty Armory pins come in 2 sizes FYI I decap once every few years (pre-process Ammobot 1050) can’t remember which size I used. I am Guessing you are wet tumbling. If so make sure you get your brass 100% dry. If not and you let that brass sit the primers get semi-welded and can cause a lot of decap issues. Oh yeah, Mighty Armory pins are freaking expensive. Last year I decapped 30,000 of crap brass that was not dried well and went back to Lee decapper due to the amount of money M.A. wanted for those pins. My 2 cents Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  15. Report back down the road. Curious I run an Ammobot so I am hesitant to try as my blue tip lasts a long time. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  16. I THINK I was told by Dillon that it was a safety related design decision. Greater chance of primer ignition. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  17. Being able to select bullet diameter effortlessly is a plus Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  18. Those MB are pricey compared to the competitors it appears. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  19. Optimator got those rage results? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  20. The key is the inside of the brass is so clean from wet tumbling the powder funnel is sticking. You can buff that powder funnel, some have a bit of success doing it. I recommend Hornady One Shot Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  21. 1050’s don’t get the no BS Warranty. This is in black and white. If Dillion does give a customer of a 1050 a free part, consider yourself fortunate. They do not have to do it. If you are required to pay, put your Man Pants on and pay; don’t wine. Too much of that these days. My opinion. This type of discussion can lead to Dillon management making a policy going forward of 100% of parts for 1050s are a charge no discussion. If they did that you would not be posting. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  22. I think it would. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  23. Details on your OAL? What length does the bullet hit the lands? What OAL are you loading your rounds? Load a mag and manually cycle the full mag, was it smooth? Any marks on any bullets that hit the lands (not good)? Lead slivers come from bullets obviously. So there is not a lot of causes to investigate. I run .356 bullets in my Nordic. What diameter are your 147s? Do you have leading in your barrel?? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
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