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    Tom Kisker

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  1. I ordered that DVD also but found WTF SoCal had a 6 or 7 part series on YouTube that I liked even more. I highly recommend you check it out. I was pretty intimidated at first and his series along with the DVD really helped me. Best of luck!
  2. Thanks for the heads up. I realized it already.
  3. Damn - I thought it was like 25 posts. I guess I need to read the rules too.
  4. Don't forget you can send it into Dillon if you have issues with it. It's not free anymore for them to fix it but its well worth it if you're having any issues. Welcome from KY!
  5. I'm not willing to accept this just yet... hah. Appreciate the honesty though.
  6. There was one guy making them on Etsy but his shop appears to be shut down due to some health-related issues. I heard the Dillon covers don't cover everything and its really tight if you have some of the accessories. Would I be better off buying the 1050 cover even though I don't own a bullet feeder? Anyone have a good contact? I guess I could use an old bedsheet. Mine is in my basement where I have a woodworking shop so I'd like to keep as much of the dust off if possible. My current situation is awkward at best... lol.
  7. Appreciate everyone's techniques... I'll probably move forward with a combination of what others have done... I'm running every round through a case gauge still. Don't have a Hundo... yet. So it sounds like I should anticipate loose primers? Is this common? Is it because of the range brass has been used a lot or is common with the progressive presses? Thanks again.
  8. What did you figure out? I'm using Wolff Springs with a Jager Gen 5 Captured Hardened Steel Guide Rod (HEAVY .270). Wolff has 10lbs. through 24lbs. available.
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