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Alan Adamson

Casepro 100 - information

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I have been trying to get a Casepro for almost a year. It is simply the greatest, and only machine that does the job with the 38 supers. I was able to borrow one from a friend and use it on my badly deformed 38 super brass and it really brought it back to life. I haven't had a single problem with my newly rolled/shaped brass. One thing it is supposed to cure is the lose primer pocket. I still find an occasioinal primer that is lose in the pocket. I'm sure the Casepro addresses that issu somewhat, but not completely. Afterall,while the Casepro represses and sizes the rim, it can only have so much effect on the primer pocket. But, in my opinion, this is the best thing since the Dillon press. I already have my order in with Lee, but the backlog of orders is a long one, so I understand.

I contacted several companies about contacting Lee to see about marketing the Casepro. Lee may have to get a bigger garage...

Thanks Alan, for keeping us informed about the Casepro 100.

Randy Ikerman

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Got my Casepro a few weeks ago,with .40, .38sc, .45 and .223 dies. Wow - exeptional build quality, and extremely usable. The Dillon casefeeder are the limiting factor on how fast you can go, and as a bonus it reduces stop-time on the reloading process to next to nothing. I have less than half processing time from empty brass to loaded rounds with this. I dont have to gauge the cartridges any more, and the 650 never stops as a consequense of geting the odd wrong calibre brass into the feeding line.

The wait was long, but well worth it.

Many thanks to Alan for making this possible for me, and to Mike for an outstanding product.

Dagfinn

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Any update on the Casepro status? I placed an order a couple weeks ago, but I'm wondering if I need to do anything else. Thanks.

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