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Price check used Dillon 550b

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by itstime, Aug 17, 2011.

  1. itstime


    Apr 9, 2006
    Includes 2 extra tool heads
    45acp conversion
    223 conversion
    38/357 conversion
    308 powder funnel
    Dillon primer flip tray

    no dies or anything seem to come with it. What us a good/fair price for this setup? Thanks.
  2. unclebob


    Oct 14, 2000
    Mary Esther FL
    I would say about 475.00.

  3. Bogey

    Bogey The Mouth® CLM

    Sep 11, 2004
    Raleigh, NC
    I bought a used 550 with 9 and 45 conversions kits, 9 and 45 dies, two powder funnels, two tool heads, and a few spare parts for $200.

    Had to send it to Dillon for a refurb. Cost me $60 freight.

    Hope that helps.
  4. Colorado4Wheel


    Nov 2, 2006
    Thats a exceptional deal.

    Normally a Dillon runs at 75% of retail. So just price it out on Brian Enos forums and see what it would cost new and subtract 25%. You can start a little lower of course. Even 80% of value is fair if the press is in good shape and doesn't need to be sent in for a rebuild. I would offer much less if it's not in good shape.
  5. fredj338


    Dec 22, 2004
    No dies, no add'l. powder measures, no SM, roller handle, a basic stock machine, $400 would be a fair price if it's in good shape, less if it's beat up a bit. Much mor ethan that & you can buy new. Also figure in shipping. Bought new from BEnos, free shipping.
  6. freakshow10mm

    freakshow10mm 10mm Advocate

    Yup. $400-425 range. The powder funnel retails for around $10 so that's a "give me". Flip tray is an overpriced item to begin with so that's nothing of value.

    Try them at $350 and stay at $425.
  7. fredj338


    Dec 22, 2004
    COme on Freak, that huge brass flipper is pretty cool ya gotta admit. At least it stays put on the bench. Agree though, it's also a gimme.:wavey:
    Last edited: Aug 19, 2011
  8. freakshow10mm

    freakshow10mm 10mm Advocate

    Still using my $3 plastic flipper after all these years though.
  9. fredj338


    Dec 22, 2004
    I do enjoy the large size of the Dillon flipper. It takes the huge Federal primer trays easily. I understand the new ones though are not brass, bummer.:crying: