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Dillon 1050 crushing primers!


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I’m a month into a 1050 ownership and had priming issues as well. Mine turned out to be the spent primer was sticking to the decapping rod and being reinserted into the case. I took the nicely rounded decapping pin and cut a 45 degree cut on one side and spent primers no longer stick to it. I found the answer on another thread at Enos.

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Depending on case primer pockets, consider setting up the swage rod.....

Careful -- if you make a mistake it's surprising easy to turn shell plates into paper weights.....

True story! Don't ask how I know.

The same way I do? I may still have the receipts stapled to the reloading bench to remind me not to screw that up again.....

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Depending on case primer pockets, consider setting up the swage rod.....

Careful -- if you make a mistake it's surprising easy to turn shell plates into paper weights.....

True story! Don't ask how I know.

The same way I do? I may still have the receipts stapled to the reloading bench to remind me not to screw that up again.....

Stapled to the bench. I like that. Great way to remind yourself.

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