BigDave Posted March 8, 2004 Share Posted March 8, 2004 When I first started loading on my 650, the press, for some reason (still unknown to this very day) would not drop powder in certain brands of 40 brass. Well, I didn't have a real Dillon powder check, so I just stood up and looked at every case as it came off of the powder die to see if powder was in the case. Well, this sucked, cause I like to sit for long loading sessions. One day I picked up a small mirror (~2") on an 18 flexible shaft, like the ones mechanics use to see difficult places. I zip-tied the handle to the stem of the casefeeder and bent the shaft so it looks right down the #3 hole on the toolhead. Basically, as you see it in the photo is my view as I sit at the press. I can see right down the case and verify that each case has powder. The Mini-Mag light shines down through the center of the toohead and illuminates the entire shell plate. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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