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  • Birthday 06/09/1963

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    Mark Stamper

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  1. any club names? Are these indoor or outdoor clubs. We are and always have been an indoor club.
  2. Marty is a OG member of the club I run. GPSL. He is a hoot. He also still runs the Peachtree Marathon each year. He is slowing down a bit but it always fun to be around.
  3. Title pretty much asks the question. I am wondering what are the oldest still operating USPSA clubs. The club I am president of will be celebrating 30 years in 2021. We are the very first USPSA / IPSC club in the State of Georgia. Our club number is GA01. We started in 1991. What other clubs are out there that have been around 25+ years?
  4. I did some more diagnosing. All the parts are moving correctly. I rechecked my swage depth and the Swage tool was not set deep enough. I adjusted that and ran 500 rounds without an incident.
  5. most of the primers that did not seat were damaged when attempting to seat. I did not check the head stamp of the ones that did not load properly. The ones pictured were loads that made it all the way through the loading process and were found when case gauging. The brass I load is mixed head stamps range brass.
  6. I get all my brass already deprimed, roll-sized, and wet tumbled. Decapping is really not an issue. The press is very securely mounted to the bench and the bench is anchored to the walls of the reloading area into the studs.
  7. While a trip to Dillon would be a fun adventure, living in Atlanta, and still having to work for a living, that is really not an option.
  8. Did a reload session yesterday and I had 17 primers / rounds not load properly out of a run of 400 primers. The primers were either crushed in the Primer slide on my s1050 or were seated oddly in the primer pocket. When the primers are crushed in the slide it leave primer paste in the slide and jams the press. I have to empty all the stations and pull the white primer guard to pull the damaged primer. I cleaned the primer shuttle and the channel it slides on in the press and after a few rounds it did the same thing. I checked the primer tube tip and it is fine. The lever that moves the shuttle appears to be fine especially since I got the majority of rounds loaded properly. any thoughts on what I need to look at to fix this? Primers are too expensive right now to have this level of failure to load properly
  9. I'll send the photo to dillon to see what they can help with. The bench is bolted to the wall. My 650 did not do this with the brass in the case feeder. Sent from my LM-G820 using Tapatalk
  10. It's in the original post. 9mm small pistol plate Sent from my LM-G820 using Tapatalk
  11. 9mm cases. Keeps doing this in the picture . How can I fix this? Tried calling dillon and they sent me the part for the round funnel (16617). I also have cases dropping upside down. Anyone have an explanation for this as well? Sent from my LM-G820 using Tapatalk
  12. Just to update everyone. I want to thank you all for your assistance. With some help from my friends on FB as well we determined that Dillon packed the wrong primer slide. I got a large primer slide packed in a small primer package. I called Dillon today and they issued an RMA and are shipping me the new one along with a mailer label to send the wrong one back to them. I hope to have the new part within a few days.
  13. the primer hole DEFINITELY does not let the primer sit on the "ledge". Guess I will be calling Dillon in the morning to have them ship me a new one. They had one job to do, just pack the right parts in the right bag marked small primer. SMH
  14. I ordered the small primer kit. The pin to seat the primers is the same diameter as the small primers and just fits inside the smaller opening of the slide. the slide for the large primer was black and this one is silver. not sure how else to check. How deep should the primers go in the hole in the slide? Should they be flush with the top of the slide? Maybe Dillon machined the hole to large? Unfortunately I just sold and shipped out the old parts to a guy in FL. so I do not have them to compare against.
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