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  1. Yep, prices do vary by location. I have seen used RL1050's go for $2k in Australia and even more in New Zealand. Just evidence of the law of demand and supply I guess.
  2. What is in the "second chance kit" that fixes the "hole in the wrong location" condition of your frame ?
  3. A Gen 2 Prometheus on lease costs more than more than my Super 1050 and RL1050 did ! Their website says $5100 to own outright...all I needed was a set of scales to replace a 30 year old Dillon not a second mortgage. I am happy with my "garbage".
  4. The scale settles a bit faster and the display is easier to read... It is physically bigger and has a tiny plastic weigh pan that is all but useless. Definately more accurate than my old Dillon scales in terms of drift and repeatability. I am happy with the Gempro 300.
  5. I just upgraded to a Gempro 300....very happy with the overall performance and quality.
  6. I found N320 sharper in recoil than N330 with 115gr and no significant difference with 125gr.
  7. Bruce Piatt is the 2019 Bianchi Cup Champion...congratulations Bruce.
  8. Any news of Flagler results for 2019 ?
  9. I shoot mainly Hornadt 115 HAP projectiles and use a few RN 115's for 25 yard and closer practice. With the same load and same coal there is only a marginal difference.
  10. I bought my RL1050B in 1988.....in 2008 Dillon replaced a number of parts in the priming system that had worn out. I was happy to pay, but they replaced them for free. I am fully assimilated to the Dillon way.
  11. The container on the right is in real old packaging... check the packaging date on the back. I don't think that you should be too worried, load up the old stuff first and you should be good for the range this weekend.
  12. A spent Federal SPP weighs almost 3.2 grains.... there are 7000 grains in a pound...so there are 2188 in a pound. I would round down to 2180 and call it close enough.
  13. Stainless steel brush and acetone works OK with Loctite 620.... Comp is not going anywhere that I am not.
  14. Surely you deserve a treat, let the good folk at Starline do it with some top shelf 38 Super cases. You won't regret it.
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