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Old 07-16-2011, 12:37   #1
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1st broken blue piece.

My 650 was failing to drop a new case into the shell plate. Notice the cam worked it self back a little. So I loosened the screw on the cam, pushed the cam to the correct position and when I tried to tighten the screw it just kept spinning. I knew we had a problem right away.The heli-coil pulled out. Dillon was open until 3pm today so I called and they're gonna ship me a new cam. Gotta love the no BS warranty. I didn't even think to ask. I wonder how fast that cam will get here?
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Old 07-16-2011, 15:48   #2
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Isn't that part in the spare parts kit?
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Old 07-16-2011, 16:14   #3
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Isn't that part in the spare parts kit?
No. I had hoped it was as I have the spare parts kit. The only black plastic piece that is in there is the cam for the primer wheel.
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Old 07-16-2011, 17:40   #4
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Can't be true. You are lying. Everybody says Blue machines are perfect!
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Old 07-16-2011, 18:19   #5
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5 hours and 3 mins.
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5 hours and 3 mins.
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Old 07-16-2011, 21:28   #7
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5 hours and 3 mins.
I concede, you're good!
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Old 07-16-2011, 22:41   #8
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Can't be true. You are lying. Everybody says Blue machines are perfect!
Nope not perfect, just better than anything else for the price.
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Nope not perfect, just better than anything else for the price.
Yup, and a no BS warranty.
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you could remove the cam, dump JB Weld in the hole, run the screw in with antiseize or vegetable oil or something all over it, let it dry, and Viola!
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Yup, and a no BS warranty.
Hornady also would replace those kinds of things no questions asked
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Nope not perfect, just better than anything else for the price.
Not perfect......well surprise surprise surprise. The price is fair till you want to load more than one different cartridge. Still, good solid press that generally works very good.

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It's amazing. Just a week ago you knew next to nothing. Now you have choosen a side and your already starting to sling mudd. Just amazing.
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Old 07-17-2011, 15:18   #14
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It's amazing. Just a week ago you knew next to nothing. Now you have choosen a side and your already starting to sling mudd. Just amazing.
Well, after the input of a fair number of users from various forums, along with a slew of youtube results, not to mention the info I've come across over time before this, it isn't far from a stretch to have made an educated decision. That decision at this time is an overall view from many others comparing "Red", "Blue", and "Green". At the end of the day, it appears all will work. Sometimes on their own right out of the box, and sometimes not, with ALL of them.

That said, I'll leave it at this; 1 hour and 18 minutes.


PS - starting to sling mudd? Seriously? Did it really hurt that bad? So much for fun around here.
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Old 07-17-2011, 16:28   #16
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Why do so many get their panties in a wad over what press someone else uses. Dillon, Hornady, Lee, Rcbs, Lyman, Forster, Redding, if it works for you great! If you're not happy, state your case and go on to something that works for you.
Some like Chevys, some Ford or Chrysler, Toyota, Honda, etc. Whatever tickles your fancy.
Save the fighting for something important like Acp vs Gap!
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Not perfect......well surprise surprise surprise. The price is fair till you want to load more than one different cartridge.
I currently load 4 calibers on my 650. Everytime I decide I want to start loading a new caliber on it, I spend $180 on the Deluxe Quick Change kit and I'm done. And anybody that says it takes to long to change calibers on a 650 may need to find a new hobby
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Old 07-22-2011, 09:57   #19
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Got the cam in the mail yesterday. It was shipped 1st class.
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