johnson184 Posted September 9, 2015 Share Posted September 9, 2015 Found one for about $900... would like to get into .50 reloading, but any personal experiences with one? I know it's going to be really high quality, but a part of me is wondering just how useful it is since you have to move the 50BMG cases around so much manually. Station 1. Deprime/Resize Station 2. Remove case and put on top of toolhead for priming. (Assuming swaging is not needed... if so... Dillon has a $300 50BMG swager lol) All the brass will then need to be trimmed down in a separate Giraud trimmer I have. All the brass will then be moved back to the Dillon for loading. Station 3. Hornady powder measure. (I don't think Dillon has one for 50 BMG) Station 4. Bullet Seating. (Manually remove completed round and move next brass to station 3 for powder) Think that works? Basically it's a high quality/durable press and saves me the hassle of removing any dies. Or do I have a grave misunderstanding of the process? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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