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  1. I figured it out without the lube. Thanks for reading through the thread saying I didn’t want to lube. You were a great help. Laugh. Believe me, nothing I have is cheap. I have over 5k in Dillon gear and a Mark 7. Consider this thread closed, I appreciate your “outside the box” thinking. Barf Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Please read posts above. I do not want to lube my brass before I put powder in it. By the way, one shot is garbage Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  3. Well in that case, I get it 10x cheaper haha. I wet tumble with pins because old brass looks like this. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  4. Mix of Luger, military and WIN. I wet tumble so I do not want to use lube. Plus I use lanolin and 99% isopropyl alcohol and find it much better Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  5. Exactly what the topic states. Sticking on downstroke on powder dispenser. I’m assuming it’s from the slight bell for the bullet application: I’ve tried more or less, but if I do none, bullets hard to seat and I have to feed it all the way up the seat die. Thoughts? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Where is this? Link please? Everywhere I’ve looked 1000 pcs of processed brass costs 100+ bucks. I dont mind the process as i as I really enjoy this as a side hobby. Once I decrimp the brass it’s done for good.
  7. Just get the changeover kit for 223/556. much cheaper than buying another press. I buy bulk range brass. Wet tumble, dry in oven at 200 degrees for 20 minutes. then I size and decap and trim. Wash again and then start reloading
  8. 1 part lanolin oil to 5 parts 99% isopropyl alcohol. Cheap and better than any product I’ve tried so far!
  9. Why not purchased a spare tool head for the 650 for 223/556? I also have a tool head with sizing die and the RT1500 Dillon trimmerand can process 600 pcs of brass an hour. I wet tumble too. Love the consistency with the Dillon RT1500
  10. I’ll never be done I’ll check it out tho. Thank you all for the input
  11. What’s your thoughts on this guys? I use an RCBS prep station with a decrimping attachment but after 100 or so pieces, my hands start to cramp up. I have about 70k worth to do of 223. I've heard of people using a number two Phillips drill bit on a drill. Using the Lyman with a drill, and tons of others. I need FAST and EFFICIENT! Go!
  12. I forgot to put my linkage arm on my Dillon 650 to my powder dispenser and loaded 22 dummies before I caught myself...
  13. North of Longview! Buying and selling of firearms. SOT for suppressors. Since Washington residents can’t have any guns with giggle triggers I’ll be limited on that aspect.
  14. Hello everyone. My name is Mike and I live in Washington State. Small town north of Vancouver in the middle of the woods! I have been an avid hunter since I took my hunters safety 20 years ago. I just got into reloading my own ammo. Much cheaper for the amounts I shoot. Currently I just use an a single stage RCBS but a Dillon xl650 is in my sights! I juat registered a firearm business with the state and I’m just waiting patiently for my license from the ATF for my FFL 1! Excited to be here! Thank you!
  15. Seems excessive? 150-170 for 20 minutes and my cases are completely dry. To each their own tho! Would definitely save you 70 minutes and some electricity!
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