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I just got my conversion kit today (45acp to 9mm) from Dillon for my XL 650. I was in the process of setting it up and while removing the 45acp components, this thing fell on the floor. Does anyone know what it is? 
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I'm thinking it's part of the primer assembly but maybe I'm wrong

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18 minutes ago, GregInAtl said:

I just got my conversion kit today (45acp to 9mm) from Dillon for my XL 650. I was in the process of setting it up and while removing the 45acp components, this thing fell on the floor. Does anyone know what it is? 
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I'm thinking it's part of the primer assembly but maybe I'm wrong

It goes underneath the shell plate. Index pawl. We call it the hammer

https://www.dillonprecision.com/docs/650_Pg_52.pdf

item 18

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4 minutes ago, George16 said:

Hopefully, the little spring is still inside the indexer where that pawl goes into.

 

Unfortunately the spring isn't in there. It's probably on the floor somewhere. I must have pulled them out when I took the shell plate off. I'll look for it and if I can't find it, I'll call Dillon

 

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9 minutes ago, GregInAtl said:

 

Unfortunately the spring isn't in there. It's probably on the floor somewhere. I must have pulled them out when I took the shell plate off. I'll look for it and if I can't find it, I'll call Dillon

 

That sucks.

 

Yeah, give Dillon a call. They sent me a new spring when I lost mine. 

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