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Old 09-19-2019, 3:20 PM
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Default Dillon 650 vs 750

I'm just going to be getting into reloading and I was planning on getting a Dillon 650. I see that they've just rolled out the 750. Is it worth getting a 750 over the 650? I'm hoping that used 650's will be common now that a newer model is out and reasonably priced. I am taking a reloading class tomorrow at Turners and have lyman's 50th on its way in the mail. What should I get 650 vs 750? Thanks
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Old 09-19-2019, 3:24 PM
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The 650 I have is awesome and have had no issues that weren't of my own making. The 750 supposedly fixed a primer feeding issue which I never experienced but many others have. I suspect the primer feeding issue may be user error buy can't say with any certainty.

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dillion is NOT selling the 650 anymore I'm told so unless you go used all they will sell is the 750
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dillion is NOT selling the 650 anymore I'm told so unless you go used all they will sell is the 750
Dillion might not be but others still are. I did get a 650 last weekend in the Reno Scheels for less than what they were selling for before the 750 came out. I have had a 650 for about 25 years. I didnít see a reason to upgrade to the 750. Actually I was looking for a second 650 since I already have one. One small primer and one large primer. I am HAPPY.
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I love my 650 and have been using it for years. I have no complaints. Does the 750 have the same warranty as the 650? I have probably broke or worn out 3 different pieces on my 650 throughout the years, I did have the spare parts in my spare parts kit and Dillon replaced those for free each time.

I know there are quite a few used 650's in eBay at any given time.

Good luck in your decision,

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The XL750 comes with the usual Lifetime No BS Warranty
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