Polaris13 Posted December 31, 2016 Share Posted December 31, 2016 (edited) I've been working with Dillon on a continued problem of my empty shells crashing into the sizing/decapping die on station one on a 2 month old 650 set up for 9mm. The tool head works perfect in my other 650, causing questions. Here's what I've done to try to solve the problem (none have worked): - new shelll plate, adjusted shell plate from too loose to too tight - lighter spring and ball under shell plate as well as the stock spring/ball - adjustment of the shell "pusher" going into station one from too loose to too tight - double checked timing and it's fine - I've tried three different brand sizing/decapping dies I've isolated the problem to the "click" when the shell plate is rising up, about half way up. This click just slightly kicks the empty shell from it's fully seated position in the shell plate causing the crash. Any ideas how to soften this "click" to allow the shell to stay firmly seated in the shell plate? Or any idea why the click is so harsh? Thanks in advance for your help. Edited December 31, 2016 by Polaris13 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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