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Old 07-30-2011, 20:53   #1
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Alright, you guys have me convinced. I own a g20 and a g29. I just bought 500 rounds from georgia arms for 220 bucks and after shooting it I should have plenty of left over once and twice fired brass. I want to keep it cheap, I don't mind loading 1 at a time, because I won't be shooting all that often. I would prefer to do this on the CHEAP CHEAP, used is fine.

There is a dillon squared deal b on CL by my house. It is used and set up to run .40/10mm. What this be a decent option and what price would be a good buy?

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Old 07-30-2011, 21:00   #2
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If you're going to only load the one caliber, or only one for a while and don't shoot too much as you state the SDB will be fine. I know many guys who have two or 3 for specific calibers. The advantage with the SDB in 40/10MM is you can get 40 barrels for your Glocks and load 40 on the same machine

As for pricing reference Brian Enos and go from there.
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