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Old 03-26-2012, 01:33 PM   #31
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Rockchucker supreme and all RCBS equipment, dies, chargemaster pro. The only think I'm "all green" on
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Dillon 550 B, and 2 RCBS Rock Chuckers, and a Lee hand loader which is about the handiest little bugger I have played with yet.
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Old 03-27-2012, 06:02 PM   #33
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RCBS turret and a couple Lee cast's.
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Old 03-29-2012, 11:12 PM   #34
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Lee Challenger for rifle and Lee Classic turret for pistol.
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I have a Hornady Progressive ap and a Lyman all american.
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Just got into reloading with a Lee Classic four hole turret press.
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Old 03-31-2012, 11:44 PM   #38
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I can't figger why my presses would interest anyone but I have an RCBS, two Lymans, three Lee's and I'm happy with each of them. I did have a Herter's and Pacific but sold them simply because I didn't need the redundency. There is no 'best' press but there are good and better choices for some tasks and/or methods of work. ???
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I have a dillon precision xl 650
And I am jealous. A Dillon is on my short want list. Mainly for .223 and .308.

RCBS RC IV

I have a Piggyback II for it, the Pig is only good for straight walled pistol cases, not stiff enough for any bottlenecked cases.

I have a couple of the cheap Lee presses for bullet sizing and crimping pistol
cases. They are nice for secondary ops that do not require a rigid press like
sizing.

4 MEC presses
3x 600Jr. .410, 20 and 12 ga.
1x 9000 for 12 ga.
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Old 04-18-2012, 01:01 AM   #40
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I have never been able achieve the consistency and quality with a Dillon 1050, 650 or 550 for .223 and 308 that I can with a plan old rock chucker. You have to do so much to prep the brass for the dillon you might a well crank them out with a hand press.

Presses? Lets see 2- 1050, 1-650 1-550 2-square deals 3 rock chuckers, one Lyman, three single stage lees, and one ammo master and one corbin (for 50 BMG) You can't have too many. Pictures to follow
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