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  1. That's good to hear. I'm going to give them a call this week. I already modeled and 3d printed a bullet feeder and would consider doing a case feeder too since I'm planning on upgrading to a printer with a larger bed in the near future.
  2. Joe Chambers took one apart on IG live that he got in to fix because it wasn't running reliably. His feedback seemed to be that the fitting work wasn't on par with the premium price. It's worth a look if anyone else is still shopping one. The theory seems to be that they got too popular for their own good and the quality went downhill. They're definitely making some of the best looking 1911s though.
  3. Gotcha. I have no experience with any of the Mk7 equipment so I appreciate the feedback. I really like my Dillon but I'd really like to add another station for powder check so it's good to know I can mix and match without issue.
  4. No one needs a 5k gun to be competitive. You just need something decent and put in the work. Tony Wong is a CO GM shooting a Glock 26. https://youtu.be/LHe81qKET2k https://forums.brianenos.com/topic/285432-the-gun-doesnt-matter/
  5. Agreed. The kydex is just too tight so if you don't want the same thing you can't use the same holster.
  6. I actually read through your thread the other day when I was looking for some info on ditching the Dillon powder safety rod for the spring setup. Great stuff. I'm going to give it a try. Were you able to purchase a stripped down Mark7 or piece it together? Or did you just sell or store the case feed that came with your kit?
  7. I'm considering upgrading from my RL1100 to a Mk7 Evo. I managed to get what I'm assuming is an overcharge or double charge this weekend (that was fun) so my primary interest is the additional stations that will allow me to add a powder check to my current die setup. I figure now would be a good time to move the 1100 since I'll hopefully be able to get back most if not all of my investment. I have an extra Dillon powder drop that I use to switch quickly between powders. Is there any reason I can't or shouldn't use it on the Evo for the same function? My current die s
  8. Same thing happened to my 1100 shortly after I got it. I figured it was a fluke but it seems to be a bit bigger than that. There was enough left that I could keep going and they sent a new one right away. If it goes again I'll be looking for another solution.
  9. I just tried it on a bag of brass I picked up this weekend and it worked surprisingly well. It's a lot faster than I was expecting. Here's the link: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2913237 Great! I'm glad you're enjoying it.
  10. Yeah my printer sat in the box for a year because I didn't think it would be all that useful. Since I got going with it though I end up using it all the time and it has more than paid for itself. I just printed a brass sorting bucket last night.
  11. Awesome! Thanks for the feedback. I haven't had the chance to try it in anything but my Gen 5.
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