Save up or hunt the local papers ads etc for a used or new dillon 650. Its worth the wait or effort to get one in any condition. They are easily repaired or sent to dillon for an overhaul.
While they look complex they are really simple with out a lot of moving parts. I've rebuilt mine once and strip it totally to pieces 3 times a year for a good cleaning and lubing.
They really are worth saving for or hunting the deals for. You won't be sorry
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