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joelogic
04-03-2009, 9:13 AM
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Z ME FLY
04-05-2009, 11:33 PM
What if I was interested in reloading some 10mm? I have some brass that I saved. I am just starting to read up on reloading and it would be great if someone helped. Let me know what I would need if this is possible

Thanks

glockman19
04-06-2009, 8:40 AM
Lee Classic Hand Load Kits. $20 All Calibers. You can make a round in under 2 min.

Z ME FLY
04-06-2009, 9:04 AM
Lee Classic Hand Load Kits. $20 All Calibers. You can make a round in under 2 min.

What do you mean by that? Sorry if it's a stupid question. Are you replying to my question?

cgseanp1
04-06-2009, 10:19 AM
I know these are tough times for components but if you bought some and did not buy your press yet, I am considering renting out time on my press. I have a loaded Dillon XL650 with case feeder. I am set up to reload .223, .308, 6.8, and .45. You can bring your brass and prep and load on my machine. Or you could drop off your .223 or .308 brass and I could prep it for you and then you could just come over to load. For me to prep your .223 or .308 brass I am asking $30 per 1k. If you are new to reloading I am asking $25 per hour with the machine and I, if you have reloaded before I am asking $15 per hour. Even at $25 an hour you are still saving money. If you could load for $0.18 a round and it took you 4 hours thats $280 per 1000. Todays current case price of 1k .223 is around $400. I am in San Francisco and have a flexible schedule.

If you were in San Diego and reloading componets weren't impossible to come by, I'd rent your machine. But you are not in San Diego, and they are pretty much impossible to come by:( oh, and if someone wanted to load a different caliber, could they get there own dies? Or is it not that easy.

r08ert209cali
04-06-2009, 11:13 AM
Its not that easy on a dillon.

jphaxx
04-08-2009, 12:10 AM
Dang! I've been wanting to learn how to reload! I wish you were in Orange County, I'd hit you up like twice a week!

Ugly Dwarf
04-21-2009, 9:37 PM
This would be a good deal for someone looking to buy a 650, but who wanted to test drive one first to make sure it was for them.

Dwarf