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  1. you could start hand polishing cases, that should buy you some time
  2. Agreed, not functioning better, but they are a bit longer than alot of other dies but I havent come across any dies that didnt function on dillon because of length
  3. armory craft adjustable not Keres sorry. Also have the *thumb rest [generic]* on the x5 I like it a couple people I have shot with like it but its not for everyone. Silicone carbide is also good I put it on my grip(maybe a little too much and a little too high) Use it where its needed not necessary up the beaver tail.
  4. I have an x5 that i have loaded up. norso slide, faxon barrel ,pmm double comp, tungsten guide rod 12.5#1911 spring, txg grip, gray cun trigger kit, keres adjustable trigger, sro. its a shooter My legion i left mostly factory with gg kit . i want to swap the front sight and trigger though
  5. Ouch. Sorry to here that. Ive seen images of that follower rod going through a drop ceiling and dissapearing. Most of the stuff dillon should replace as long as you arent automated(I think) Macys often has sales on underwear
  6. Thats Thats what i ended up with.. picked it up at optics planet. Im thinking of building another one of these as I love the first so much
  7. Ordered DG a couple weeks ago and had them under a week
  8. Really depends on bench height vs your height. I went with dillon mount and adjusted my bench height to it. Ideally It would be taller but the case feeder is 4 inches from ceiling and adding cases would be a pain. So i use an adjustable height chair when loading. You want to be able to actuate press without moving your body in and out so if the current height you have is just a little low go with the 4
  9. I try and limit myself to not too many powders just so i dont have shelves full of 1 lb containers. but I usually have 1 powder for 9/45, 1 for 223 , and 1 for 308/6.5G. Right now its AA2 /H335/Varget. I have about 20/20/15 lbs Currently. When I get close to the end of any of those I start researching my next choice. I wouldnt be too concerned with having 500# of 1 powder to rule them all. but maybe 3-4 powders to rule them all. And as far as which one I would get anything that fits the bill if you are trying to stockpile.
  10. Check your unloaded brass does any of that have bulge in it? If the bulge is around the bullet itself it may still be ok depending(around certain bullets I get a bit). Does it drop in barrel ok?
  11. I would pick up the olite washer from snowshooze on ebay. The bearing didnt do much for me the olite adds a little lubricity and it functions great. Aside from that get primer bottle and spent primer adapter so you can run them to a jug under bench. the ON/OFF switch is nice but not necessary. Not sure whats on the 750 but I like the roller cam follower
  12. 3d printed offloading chute and start cranking em out. Also primers if you can get em
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