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  1. I bought the $1800 Rollsizer a few months ago to process appx 5,000 pieces of 9mm per month. It works really well and runs fast but I am very disappointed in the build quality at that price point. From a functionality perspective, I don’t know that there is a better option, however, it would be nice if it was either cheaper or better quality. It looks and feels like it was built in someone’s garage BUT, as I mentioned previously... it does work well!
  2. Sounds like just about everyone agrees... lube it and shoot it! Thanks for the feedback.
  3. I’ve spent 20 years reloading pistol brass dry but I have recently started lubing cases just because sizing requires so much less force with lube. Ive been using a minimal coating of Hornady One Shot on 9mm and I’ve been tumbling off the the lube in dry corn cob after loading. I’ve shot several hundred rounds without removing the lube and it seems to have no adverse affect on reliability or the gun. I’m looking for feedback from others on shooting pistol rounds without removing lube. By the way, I am referring exclusively to range practice rounds by the thousands... not defensive or match ammo
  4. Solsand, I just want to give you credit for the outstanding thread. Lots of good discussion and information for everyone to learn from. But, most importantly, I appreciate your conclusion to the thread. There aren't too many people in this alpha community that would own a screw up like that even though EVERY ONE of us have made mistakes in our reloading over the years. Thanks!
  5. I had the same problem with decapping 9mm and tried all the usual advice floating around the internet without success. This problem has plagued my reloading for years. Recently I made a small modification to the standard Dillon size/decap die and it has worked wonderful for the last ~20,000 rounds. I have only had two or three primers get sucked back in over the course of these last 20k whereas before I would have 5+ suck back in for every 100 rounds I loaded. I experienced the same problem on my 1050 and my Revolution and this mod fixed the issue on both machines. I’ll try to post some pictur
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