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Found 4 results

  1. I know some of you with automated 1050s (AmmoBot, Mark7, etc) pre-process (decap & resize, not cleaning) your brass before reloading. I can see the benefits, in that if it helps to ensure a trouble-free reloading session, it might be worth it. I've had a couple of times when the decapping pin was not quite tight enough, and this caused a real mess, and is a PITA to clean up. I guess this alone might be worth it, I just hate handling brass more than I have to. Maybe after the learning curve flattens out, things will be better. Have you found it worthwhile? or not? EDIT: My question is primarily for pistol brass, especially 9mm.
  2. Looking for some input from those who have used the autodrive for a Super 1050 I have seen the Mark 7 in action and it is quite impressive. There are a number of the Ponsness Warren units for sale used at really good prices but of course they do not have all the sensors and electronic speed control and such. Has anyone upgraded from the P-W ? Thoughts? Thanks
  3. Last night I was processing 9mm brass (decap & sizing) on my 1050/AmmoBot at 3222 cases per hour. Awesome. Happened take the pic just as the small primer sensor stopped the press.
  4. I came across this from a post in another thread about their primer filler. holy cow!! talk about the Ferrari of auto drives. It makes the mk7 look basic. Custom bullet feeder (modified mbf), everything power actuated. Full auto primer collator and feeder. Id hate to know the cost!
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