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  1. you can try this, immortobot prints it for cheap. https://immortobot.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=3&products_id=197
  2. you could mount the collator independently so the output spring is inline with the dropper by using this mount https://rangepanda.com/collections/misc-products/products/mr-bullet-feeder-pipe-mount
  3. This won't help you now since they're out of business, but I've had great success with my GSI bullet feeding system. Their only crux was their collator. I frankensteined the GSI head with a MBF collator and haven't looked back. Their head allows me to add a powder check/lock out die in addition to a bullet feeder
  4. thanks for the updates, I edited my post above Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Has anyone tried the F&FB swage backup/expander in station 3 (1050/1100)? https://fastandfriendlybrass.com/shop/item.aspx?itemid=85 I’ve been meaning to try it to help reduce my popping when expanding the case mouth. Looks like you’ll need a Dillon swage backup die body and lock nut that is used for the rifle calibers. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. I have a few for my 1050, .38sup, 9mm, .45, and the unicorn .223. A couple years ago they were somewhat available, but lately they hardly come up for sale. I use the MBF collator instead of the GSI collator and I've had no problems. I think the major wear items for the 1050 version is the index wheel and the gas shock. The shock should be easy to source. The index wheel assembly would be easy to reproduce by a good machinist. For the most part, it should provide service for a long time on a manual press. I wouldn't run it on an automated press.
  7. If you buy the FF&B plate, don’t forget to buy the extractor tab, too. You can bend the factory tab, but I found their tab worked out of the box Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. I agree as I have the 9mm and .223 GSI toolhead for my 1050. The only problem with GSI is the bullet collator. I use the Mr Bulletfeeder collator to feed the GSI head. I have to use the MBF feeder for .300 blackout as it wasn’t available through GSI. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. I use it and it’s awesome. It’s very solid and changing the plate is as simple as unscrewing 2 thumbscrews. I use it for a small Lee reloader, Star lubesizer, and Mec sizemaster. One thing to consider is height. My Mec is a little uncomfortable at the height where my other presses work well. Inline Fab now makes an elevated workbase for the quick change system. If you have presses that need varying height, I would buy the flush mount base plate and use the elevated workbase for the presses that need height. Hope that helps. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. not sure about the measurements, but I found these sights https://suarezinternational.com/suarez-cowitness-plain-black-rear-sight-sig-p226-p320/ for the rear, and these https://suarezinternational.com/suarez-cowitness-plain-black-front-sight-sig-p226-p320/ for the front. Unfortunately they're not in stock
  11. Have you seen this line of P320's that Sig started selling? It's the RXP line they come with front and rear suppressor height iron sights in addition to a Romeo1 Pro. Retail is $900-$1100 depending on barrel length you choose
  12. Nice! It took a little bit for me to adjust to the dot, too. I couldn’t find it right away when I pressed out. I read a tip about focusing the back plate to my nose, that helped a bit. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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