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  1. Thanks very much for the reply......I'm looking forward to using the bullet feeder.....:)
  2. I'm loading 9mm on a Dillon 650, the bullets I'm using are the RMR 124gr. flat point Matchwinners....would these bullets be a problem using a Mr. Bullet feeder ? Thanks, Don
  3. I bought a new 650 a few months ago and have been having a problem with high primers. I had found that the primer plunger was not really tight and tightened that up and thought that was the problem, but I was still having the high primer issue....it did not matter what brand of primer I used it was still happening. I don't know if this was just a issue with my loader or if they are all like this...but, last week I took the primer plunger apart and chucked the plunger in one of my lathes and cut the shoulder stop back about 10 thousands and re-cut a 60 deg. bevel...... doing this gave the plunger more protrusion and I have loaded a couple thousand rounds since doing it with not the first high primer. Just thought I would share what I found and hopefully it will help someone else if they are having the same problem. Here's a pic of what I did......
  4. Im using the RMR 124 Matchwinners and they are the most accurate 9mm bullets I have tried so far and I've tried just about all the most popular ones out there. The jackets are definitely not soft....I've had absolutely no problems loading them on a Dillion 650. I'm getting ready to order another couple thousand very soon...:)
  5. I got home from work a little early today and I re-adjusted my xl650 for 1.090 OAL, I'm using 4.9 of CFE Pistol, Fed. primer, WIN case. I loaded a box of them and shot them on my backyard range....WOW...you were exactly right...they came to life at that OAL.....I agree that RMR is outstanding.....I will be ordering a few more thousand of these very soon. You definitely saved me some time and money with your advice...Thanks Very Much
  6. Thanks very much for the reply.....I just got a thousand of them to try and that's where I will start ...Thanks
  7. Anybody here using the RMR 124 flat points...? I was just wondering what OAL with these were the most accurate for you ? Thanks in advance.... Don
  8. Yes, they were the flat nose profile with the dished base....The Apex barrel on my M&P had a really short throat in it, I was having to load really short for it. I got tired of that and bought a throating reamer and took care of that problem, it actually shoots better after lengthening the throat in it. I've had no problems with loading long with the P210. I'm sure the Precision bullets are accurate bullets also, I just need to work with them some.
  9. Yes, I loaded the Precision's at 1.150 also....
  10. Yeah, I'm going to shoot them further than 10-15 yards...didn't have much time this evening. Just wanted to see how they did at close range. I don't shoot competitions, I'm just a backyard plinker...:)
  11. I've been trying different 9mm bullets and wanted to try some of the coated bullets...I got some Precision 125's TC and they shot ok , was not impressed with the accuracy. Today I got some of the Blue bullets 125 (356) TC.....I loaded a 100 of them and tested them out on my backyard range.... I was shooting them in my M&P 4.25 with Apex barrel and trigger and my Sig P210 Target.....at 10 and 15 yards they will make one bug hole in the center of target with either gun. I will definitely be ordering some more of these. I loaded these on a Dillon 650...5.0 gr /CFE Pistol/ OAL 1.150 Win. primers
  12. Sounds like you need to shim it. You can make a shim from a feeler gauge, cut it to size with a pair tin snips. I put a Vortex Venom on my Sig P210 with a mounting plate I bought from Armory Craft...I had to shim it for the vertical adjustment.
  13. DBlue

    Apex or KKM

    Apex is definitely the way to go. I installed one on my 9mm. and also the trigger kit, a set of LPA sights it is a different gun now. The only drawback I found is the short throat, I load my own bullets and wanted to try some flat point bullets and found that I had to load them way shorter than I wanted. I ordered a throating reamer and reamed the throat...I can load any length bullet up to the limits of 1.169 with no issues. I used a Manson throating reamer and it cut the Apex barrel like butter...
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