Got Juice? Posted January 7, 2012 Share Posted January 7, 2012 Ok, so with money as no object here, and being that the time I can spend reloading is very very small, and wanting to shoot and practice more, I have decided that I need a new Dillon reloader, one that is faster than my 550. I am picky with my ammo, and even having everything available, I tend to only see 350-400 rounds per hour. So the choice is either a 650 or a 1050. I was leaning towards a 650 but after reading about the 650 KABOOMS It worries me. I also had the pleasure of loading on a friends 650, and after 200 rounds, I had a KABOOM with it. So it makes me a little gunshy at the 650. It's not like I have unlimited funds, but from a safety standpoint, I would rather keep my hearing intact. So, what say you? Is the priming system on the 1050 as safe as the 550? I have never had a kaboom with my 550, nor anyone else I know who uses one. But EVERYONE I know with a 650 gets at leas one a year. Will the Super 1050 be the answer? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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