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Old 09-21-2010, 16:57   #5
UltimateReloader
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Actually, this die is much more likely to produce a false positive than a false negative (not find a problem). But yes, from time to time it will cause an inconvenience. I prefer this to no protection (better safe than sorry... )

The Dillon unit will not lock up the press- so if you get a "false positive" you can just peer in the case when the ram goes back down. On the down side, it beeps whenever you cycle the press with no case in the powder check station.
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