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  1. I have an old 1911 made by Auto Ordanance in 1983. About 15 years ago I had it worked on. Wilson barrel and some other work done to make it work smoother. Now on the last shot the slide closes. What might be the cause of this? I used a different mag but that didn't make any change. Any ideas? Thanks for the answers.
  2. I have used a 1 tablespoon of Armor All wash and wax with 1/2 teaspoon of Lemishine and have no problems. Everything Dillion told me about wet tumbling was off base.
  3. Someone told me not to wet tumble if using a Dillion because cases can stick on the powder funnel. Has anyone had this problem? If so how was the problem resolved?
  4. I am looking for 357 loads to use out of a 6" barrel revolver. I have Exreme 125gr plated bullets and Winchester 296 powder and Alliant 2400. I am using 296 with a 20gr charge. I can't find any loads for 2400. Can anyone help? Thanks
  5. Lately each time I load 357 some of the shells go under the casefeed plate. The plate is tight and I have been using the supplied washer. When I called Dillion they said to try not using the washer. I have the 650 5 years and have never had this problem. Has this happened to anyone else?
  6. I have a Glock 23 in 40 cal. At least 50k rounds thru it. Last week at the range I had 12% light hits. I used the same primers as I have always used Winchester. Is the gun getting old or what can be the problem. I always clean the gun. Any ideas would help me.
  7. I am looking for accuracy. I went from Hp 38 to Power Pistol to Titegroup and now want to try WSF. So far Titegroup works best.
  8. Does anyone have any experience with WSF in a 40? What did you think of it? I am using 165 plated bullets in a Glock 23
  9. I shoot a Glock 23 every week using 100 rds. I always clean it after each week . This week I did not clean it and shot another 100rds, I shot much better with the dirty gun. Maybe I won't clean it so often. Does this make sense that a dirty barrel shot better than a clean one?
  10. Has anyone used bullets from this company? If so did you like them?
  11. Has anyone used plated bullets from Bulletworks ? I wanted to order a few thousand but they are out of stock and they said they will not be in stock for at least 1 month.
  12. I am looking for some advice using Power Pistol with x-treme 165 plated bullets. The Alliant book says max is 7.8 does that mean I can safely reduce 10% to start. Does anyone have any experience with this bullet and powder? I have a Glock 40 S&W.
  13. On my 900 shotshell press the primers don't slide down properly. Sometimes they need help to slide. Once they are down they feed as they should. I have cleaned the tray with 91% alcohol as the Dillion tech said but I still have problems. Any ideas before I call them. Thanks for the help.
  14. Had the same problem with my 22-250 rounds. I was getting plus or minus .005" with my 650 which was not acceptable. I was going to buy a single stage press but really didn't have space for it. I already have a Dillion 900 and 650 on my bench. Then I found the Uniqtek Solo toolhead. I was a little leery of the claims made by the company but I ordered it. It is worth every penny my rounds now are within plus or minus .001. Great product!
  15. I use the Uniqutek single hole clamped toolhead for my 22-250 on my 650. With it my finished rounds are within plus or minus .002 from ogive to base. Without it using the Dillion toolhead I had varience of up to .005 up or down. I use the Redding comp bullet seater with micrometer. With my Rem 700 and Lilja Brrel I usually shoot 1/2 groups at 100 yds using 5 shots and on a good day 3/8 or less. I have shot 5 shot groups of 1/4 inch. This toolhead is the best money ever spent for making consistant loads.
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