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 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 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"
that the others won't?
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.
JUst means you turn it yourself. Not that much difference in price,though.
is the 550B will cost you $395.95 and the 650 will cost you $504.95 for it.
much... I found another place for them, somewhat cheaper. can't remember the name offhand, but have it saved...
if'n ya are lik sumo us'n folks that'r ona budget ya aint goin have no fancy quipment lik that.
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.
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
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.