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  1. Better to spray some paper towels in a plastic bag, then dump the cases in there and shake around. Then take the cases out, and let them dry before you dump into case feeder  I believe the dillon case lube needs to dry or have the alcohol evaporate off the cases, I am not sure the hornady aerosol spray is needed to dry the same way but I think I will try out your idea with rifle brass when I purchase the dillon spray. I hear horror stories about hornady one shot being used to size rifle brass
  2. This is great, I have 650 akro bins and plastic folgers cans and I will measure then spray in an aluminum pan with hornady one shot case lube then dump into the case feeder. Thanks for the replies.
  3. I was wondering about how many empty cases of 9mm I should start with in my dillon case feeder or maybe a min or max number, I also have the same question for a Mr. bullet feeder, I am currently loading coated 135 grain boolits. Thanks for any help
  4. I am going to try a low bench height and yes the case feeder running empty will be easy to figure out, and primers and powder are the only ones that have a safety concern or make a difficult to clean mess.
  5. WOW there is a lot of equipment in that photo. I do not consider myself that mechanically inclined, but I see it is possible. I might try building a bench 35" high almost 44 inches of space on top of the bench. I believe the top of the collator is 38" above the press and I might be able to dump small amounts of brass between the joists and maybe mount a small mirror to keep an eye on things.
  6. Maybe I could improvise something like that, would you be able to take a pic? thanks
  7. Thank you I was not aware of that, I will have to come up with another solution besides a mark7. Thank you for the reply
  8. I purchased a used 1050 and have low ceilings in my basement 79". I don't think I could fill the case feeder at a comfortable standing height I will be building a new bench mounted to the ceiling joists for stability and I like to load standing to look into cases to verify powder so my question is loading 9mm on a Dillon 1050 with a mr bullet feeder,will I hurt the functionality of the press by shortening the square haste feeder support and the clear plastic tube? In the future I might purchase a 223 conversion and this will have longer cases than the 9mm I am currently using, would this have any future effect besides selling a press that has been altered? I am sure I could purchase 2 replacement parts ( square steel tube and round plastic tube if needed in the future. Does this sound like more trouble than it is worth and I should build the bench for seated loading or try another option?
  9. I have mecgar mags already, so I think i will be looking at the cajun gun works magwell. I am not sure but i believe the cajun gun works magwell will NOT work with taran tactical extended base pads( I have heard springer precision extended base pads work fine with the cajun gun works magwell, but I only recall reading this somewhere and am not positive)
  10. I am interested in purchasing a magwell for my CZ SP-01 and a few mag extensions for 3 gun. I have only seen a picture of the Cajun Gun Works magwell that uses a replacement pin where the lanyard hole is on the bottom of the grip. I was wondering if there are other options, and if Taran Tactical extensions would work with any of these magwells or any other mag extensions would work with a specific magwell.
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