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  1. That the primer feeder fill the tubes properly without primer upside down and will be fine for me.
  2. I also added this little piece of aluminum, but despite everything I had cases upside down, the sheet of paper solved this problem
  3. On the EVO press the aluminum tube is machined, there is no this damn blue plastic tip the power supply is perfect. Hopefully Dillon will do the same for the new RL 1100 (and 10 stations )
  4. ''What cartridge ( 9mm, 40 s&w, 45acp, etc ) are causing the problem and what casefeeder plate are you using?'' I forgot to mention that it is an EVO in 9mm and the case feeder is a Hornady (delivered with the machine)
  5. About 1 in 50/100 had returned by tapping on the edge of the funnel, it took me some time to see it. A simple sheet of paper and no problem.
  6. yes I pierced and tapped, I would have deformed the spring by putting it in the slot of the ring, and as I had only one spring.
  7. Thank IVC completed job 10 minutes ago
  8. https://www.dillonprecision.com/xl750-reloader_8_1_26745.html
  9. ''Where did you purchase it from? can you provide a link?'' I bought one at Ballisti-Cast and another at magma: http://www.magmaengineering.com/lube-master/
  10. I had occasional non-indexation on my evolution, about one in 100. I disassemble the press, well oil and grease and since it's perfect no problem.
  11. Thank you fluffybadbad it's ordered...
  12. Hello The RL 1100 should also have a much softer indexing. On my press I cut a turn of index ball spring the powder no longer jumps to indexing
  13. The most economical way for indexing is less brutal on a 1050 is to cut one or two turns of the ball spring index. If you have cut too much spring just add in the spring housing a washer of the right diameter. Since I did this little operation the indexation is much softer, the powder does not jump out
  14. ''No. Evolution with standard priming, bullet feeder and regular case feeder in a caliber of your choice is still $3999.80 according to the web site.''  More dies that are no longer delivered with the press $4000 +$500
  15. I could have an EVO complete at 2750. I had planned to buy several M7 EVO but at $4000 plus die $500 I throw in the towel.
  16. A $ 4000 less order not hiring new employee
  17. Or this aluminum piece it is necessary to adjust the tip to the file so that it fits perfectly the bowl, otherwise the cases come to hang on the tip and a screw to fix. It is unacceptable for Hornady to make a bullet feeder that does not work properly.
  18. I received my press EVO in October, the case feeder had to be in 220v (I ordered in 220v) for Europe, it is in 110v. M7 offered me to buy a transformer and to reimburse me all the expenses related to this purchase. I sent the invoice and transformer photo, two times in a row, one month apart, and I never received a response from M7.
  19. at this price 2250 it is preferable to mount the system of the Camdex
  20. I have already disassembled the press next time it is powder measure.
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