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Old 12-26-2013, 07:37 PM   #1
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Got my new blue toy for Christmas.

Thanks to my lovely wife of 20 years.

We'll be able to feed our habits a lot easier now.

The machine is no where near as complicated as I thought it was gonna be to set up.

Already got it running in a matter of an hour and a half with the longest part being drilling the holes in my bench.

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Old 12-26-2013, 09:52 PM   #2
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Old 12-27-2013, 12:34 AM   #3
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That's a sweet French fry maker
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Can you please move that blue thingy out of the way so I can get a better view of the tools?

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I bought my Reloader Special back in '79, moved up to the 550B in 96. WOW what a difference! Dillon is the shizzle.
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Can you please move that blue thingy out of the way so I can get a better view of the tools?

, that's just my home beater tools for fixing stuff around the house.

My big boy tools are all at work.
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I bought my Reloader Special back in '79, moved up to the 550B in 96. WOW what a difference! Dillon is the shizzle.
You got that right.

Just learning to get my groove on I had no problems doing 150 rounds of 45acp in about 40 minutes last night. Taking extra care to verify powder charges.

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You'll learn to keep an eye on the powder hopper as you start cranking them out, it keeps needing re-filled.
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Say what?
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Oh and since this thread was revived by a Spammer, I should be clear to say that I now have Two Dillon 550Bs and a 650 with a case feeder. Plus my single stage.

We've been shooting a lot in the last few years. ;)
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