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View Poll Results: Favorite Progressive Press for Pistol Ammo?
Hornady Lock-N-Load 11 26.19%
Lee Load Master 4 9.52%
RCBS Pro Chucker 7 1 2.38%
Lee Pro 1000 0 0%
Dillon XL 650 16 38.10%
RCBS Pro Chucker 5 1 2.38%
Dillon Super 1050 5 11.90%
I use something else that I'll tell ya about! 4 9.52%
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Old 04-12-2016, 4:42 PM
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Talking Favorite Progressive Press for Pistol Ammo?

What is your favorite progressive press for churning out your pistol ammo?
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Hornady lnl ap
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I voted RCBS Pro Chucker 5 because it's the closest model to my RCBS Pro 2000.
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OP are you bored without Stilly?
Is this the once a week favorite press thread?
The poll is a nice change.
I would think whatever is mounted to your bench at the time, except those lucky enough to have a different press for each caliber.

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You left out Dillon 550.
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Old 04-12-2016, 5:13 PM
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Yes. lol

Mainly bored at work and polls are fun!

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OP are you bored without Stilly?
Is this the once a week favorite press thread?
The poll is a nice change.
I would think whatever is mounted to your bench at the time, except those lucky enough to have a different press for each caliber.
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Here we go, I voted hornady L&L progressive. it's the only progressive I've owned, but I've used a friends Dillon 650. I like my Hornady better.
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Old 04-12-2016, 5:45 PM
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Dillon SDB is not a choice, but it's the ONLY press that loads pistol only. How could it not be in your poll?
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He doesn't have Dillon 550B either.
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Old 04-12-2016, 7:30 PM
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personally have a Lock n Load AP that I really like but wouldn't be against having a dillon either.

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"The best you know is the best you've had"

For me it's the Lnl.....
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Automated Dillon 1050 press running about 1800 rounds per hour. Just got to keep up on the components
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Voted for dillon 650 since you left out the 550
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I have two LNL's and they are great after some tuning. I have no experience with anything else, but I'm happy with them.

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