Dillon Square Deal press

Dillon Square Deal press

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6 years 5 weeks ago, 11:13 PM

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Square Deal B Auto-Indexing Reloader

4 Station Progressive Loader
Station 1) resize/deprime
Station 2) prime/powder drop/flare
Station 3) seat
Station 4) crimp
Loads only the listed handgun cartridges Automatic Indexing shellplate Auto Powder / Priming Systems Uses special dies Manually fed cases and bullets Typical loading Rate is about 300-500 Rounds per Hour Comes Complete With Factory Adjusted Loading Dies Ready-to-Use, machine set up with proper primer size & shellplate installed.
Lifetime "No-B.S." Warranty

The Basic machine includes the following:

1 machine
1 powder measure with large and small powder bars (small installed)
Small bar throws from 2.1 to 15 grains of powder Large bar throws from 15 to 60 grains of powder
1 priming system with large and small priming parts
1 early warning buzzer and rod for primer system
1 packet of tubes containing: 1 large, 1 small primer pickup tubes, 1 magazine tube, and one primer slide assembly, 1 powder measure failsafe rod assembly with bracket (13355)
3 locator buttons
1 toolhead
1 powder die
1 caliber conversion kit
1 set of carbide dies (except for 44/40)
1 Spent primer cup bracket, screws and cup
1 loaded cartridge chute, screws and plastic bin
1 written instruction manual

The Square DealB is only capable of loading the common straight walled pistol cartridges, uses a proprietary drop-in insert style die, and is a great compact reloader.

Machine height from bench is 18 1/2"

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6 years 5 weeks ago, 11:24 PM

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What does this do

that the others won't?

6 years 5 weeks ago, 11:36 PM

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This is the Square Deal that I was telling you about and it only reloads pistol calibers. The 550B and the 650 pres reload rifle and pistol calibers. The 650 has a casefeeder and it automatic indexes. The 550B you have to indexes it yourself.

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6 years 5 weeks ago, 11:41 PM

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OK

JUst means you turn it yourself. Not that much difference in price,though.

6 years 5 weeks ago, 11:45 PM

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is the 550B will cost you $395.95 and the 650 will cost you $504.95 for it.

"WAR IS A RACKET, I spent most of my time being a high-class muscle-man for Big Business, for Wall Street, and for the Bankers." Major-General Smedley Darlington Butler USMC Ret. 2 time Medal of Honor winner.
6 years 5 weeks ago, 11:48 PM

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Not that

much... I found another place for them, somewhat cheaper. can't remember the name offhand, but have it saved...

6 years 5 weeks ago, 1:07 AM

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fancy !

if'n ya are lik sumo us'n folks that'r ona budget ya aint goin have no fancy quipment lik that.

6 years 5 weeks ago, 1:11 AM

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greasy

I have been on a budget for over 14 years now. The 2 reloading presses I have owned I traded for them. The press I have now is 18 years old, and still looks like the picture.

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6 years 5 weeks ago, 1:35 AM

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relax f350!

just giving you are hard time brother! the press i have(trying to post picks)was purchased new in 1974 by my gun shop buddy it is a single stage rcbs prior to the rockchucker.the scale i have is of the same vintage,it is a rcbs 5-0-5,the powder measure i use is a rcbs uni-flow.so,as you can see i am using tried and true equipment.when i load for my rifle cartridges(.270 Win.,.308 Win.,6.5x55 Swede,etc.)i can crank out 75 to 80 rounds an hour!not bad for 30 plus year old equipment and an amatuer reloader!(just wish i could post the pictures of my equipment!)i roll with basic equipment but the more times i handle the cases before they are loaded,the more chances i have of catching a problem before it becomes dangerous

6 years 5 weeks ago, 8:22 AM

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greasypaws

That is a great point about handeling the cases. The hand and eye seldom fail to feel or see the abnormalities. I just want to get started into reloading. Take some pics with your digi camera. I would like to see your reloading stuff.

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