Anyone using a Dillon 550B??
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Desert dog, The only problem I have with my 550 is primer feeding. Quite regularly I will get upside down primers, on the side, or just a little crooked, it takes alot of time to watch for these, and slows me down quite a bit. Do you have any hints or experience with this. I am using the small primer tooling, the correct feed tube, and I have adjusted the primer tooling height to be in spec. Hints? Help?
I have had my 550B for about nine years now and I love it. I used to load pistol ammo exclusively (500+ rounds per hour) but now I use it for my rifle ammo. I don't use it as a progressive loader when loading rifle ammo because I weigh my charges using my electronic scale. All other functions are done on the 550 though. I use reasonably priced Lee dies and I get excelleent accuracy. Dillon is number one for customer service too. It is a very well made machine that keeps on working.
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