Originally Posted by SES50
Great thread, thanks for the all the information.
I have a Dillon 650 but have not seen a Dillon 1050 close up. How are they swaging the primer pockets on the 1050 and is it possible to some how put it one a 650?
Completely different press designs.
The 650 has fixed dies and the shellplate moves up and down.
The 1050 has a fixed shellplate and the dies move up and down.
Having the fixed shellplate also allows them to swage primer pockets and seat primers during the handle's down-stroke.
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