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    Sean Miller

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  1. Thanks everyone! I reread the instructions and it mentions a bushing in the “what comes with a caliber conversion” and again deep in the manual in the parts diagram. Never would have seen it. Works much better with the bushing! Thank you! Feel very silly Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. I’ve been loading 9mm on my new 750 Semi successfully. Only issue I have is the cases do not always drop into place. I attached a video for reference. [/ URL] Any help is appreciated. Currently loading slower than on my 550. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Also doesn’t work well with lead. I didn’t think about it. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. I know this is an old thread, but I know many of the contributors are still active. Thank you for putting my mind at ease while looking at w 650 and talking about cleaning my primer tubes. I had not read that. Only loaded on a 550 so far, and no issues, but next chance I get to speed time loading, I'm actually going to be cleaning!
  5. That’s a good idea! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Sarge, Is there a place on the die I could mark with a sharpie or something to estimate the two different bullet depths? Slvr that is a good idea! Could mark the threads and lock rings to get them to the right place every time. Cheaper than second tool head setup which was my first, expensive, idea. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. I’m am starting to load two different bullets on a regular bases. Both coated lead, one is 124 and the other 147. I was toying with the idea of a micrometer seating die to reduce switch over time. Originally I was looking at the Redding but for half the cost I could get a hornady seating die with their micrometer stem. Is the for my purpose is the Redding worth the extra money? Is there something I’m overlooking that I could also do with my current LEE die that I could do for less? Thanks Sean Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Ordered yesterday from Brian. The RCBS looks just like what I have, for the extra 10 dollars I think the Dillon one will be much nicer to use. I'll already ran it open top, so I'll just spin the way I have been.
  9. I am in the same boat. Only have the wet Thumber at this point. And if I get a dry I doubt I would go big. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. jmorris - Thanks, I always use water now so that isn't a change. I guess I will finally get that magnet too. Looked at one a while back but spent the money on something else. Sarge - Perfect! That is the feedback I was looking for, I was sure I couldn't be the only one in this situation. Why did you get the small one and recommend that large? Just space? The good latching will be nice! The biggest gripe I think I have about the others is how the back of the basket comes apart when trying to fill it. Tom - I never use the lid, just do all the work in a tub. Central Ohio isn't much warmer this
  11. Looking at changing from my cabelas unit. It never has fit as well as I would have liked. However, using stainless media I wasn't sure how the Dillon would work. Not worried about the lid just pin sizes. I could be over thinking it, just don't want to spend 60 dollars with shipping to have something that is no better to use. Thanks
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