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Any Minnesotans reload

Discussion in 'North Star Glockers' started by Otto Skorzeny, Feb 6, 2007.


  1. Otto Skorzeny

    Otto Skorzeny
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    I thinking of starting to reload. Nothing fancy but I would like to do pistol calibers and possibly .223 Rifle.

    Any ideas/tips/tricks/advice? I'm considering a Dillon press.
     

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  2. jem375

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    I have 3 Dillon Square Deals for the 357 mag, 44 mag., and 45ACP, a RCBS Rock Chucker single press used mainly for rifle but also a couple of pistol calibers, and also a Lee single press which I haven't used yet...
    If you are going to reload for the 223 and intend to shoot a lot, you should consider the Dillon 550B.
    I am going to try to load up quite a bit this winter myself, especially the 45ACP and the 308.
     

  3. mnglocker

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    I'm looking to start reloading too. I'm going to reload for .38spl, .223/5.56nato, 8x57mauser, and for my shot gun'n 12ga. and 20ga.
     
  4. dpmmn

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  5. jem375

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    The Dillon 550 is the most sold progressive reloader in the world and puts out 500-600 rounds per hour. If you need an automatic index progressive, then the 650 at 800-1000 rounds per hour would be your choice if you intend to buy a Dillon...Take a look and make up your own mind...
    www.dillonprecision.com
     
  6. jfettig

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    I do .223 on a RCBS rockchucker, Once I start shooting 6.8mm SPC I'll probably start doing that too.

    I just started recently and am getting the hang of it.

    I'm west of minneapolis about 100 miles


    Jon