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Old 03-06-2012, 04:28 PM   #1
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Ah - somebody was down at Dillon's in Snobsdale Arizona. Great place to visit.

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I could spend all day there just looking!

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Yeah its neat, but every time I go there its because I broke or wore something out.

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I do love my dillon 650xl, and it looks like that place would be a fun time!

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I've been using a 550B FOR 20 years. I love the darn thing. The only issue I have with it is debree in the primer cup. I constantly have to clean it while I'm reloading or I get small dents in the primers. Anyone else have this issue?

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I've been using a 550B FOR 20 years. I love the darn thing. The only issue I have with it is debree in the primer cup. I constantly have to clean it while I'm reloading or I get small dents in the primers. Anyone else have this issue?
Yes but it never seems to cause any problems so I don't worry about it. Happens on both the Square deal and the 550.


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