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Location: Peyton Co
Joined: 01/22/2006
Posts: 90
Favorite Reloading Equipment Manufacturer

I use a Rock Chucker I bought 20+ years ago. Can't go wrong there. Plenty sturdy enough. For high volume I use a Dillon 550.

I reload .38/.357, 9mm, 10mm, .45 and .223 on the Dillion. I have got to say that Dillion has the best customer service I have ever had in this sport.

.223 (for varmits), .22-250, .243 and 30.06 on the Rock Chucker.

Dies are RCBS and DIllion.

Lyman 1200 Powder measure (well worth the expense if you reload alot)

Hope this helps.

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Location: Peyton Co
Joined: 01/22/2006
Posts: 90
Favorite Reloading Equipment Manufacturer

I use a Rock Chucker I bought 20+ years ago. Can't go wrong there. Plenty sturdy enough. For high volume I use a Dillon 550.

I reload .38/.357, 9mm, 10mm, .45 and .223 on the Dillion. I have got to say that Dillion has the best customer service I have ever had in this sport.

.223 (for varmits), .22-250, .243 and 30.06 on the Rock Chucker.

Dies are RCBS and DIllion.

Lyman 1200 Powder measure (well worth the expense if you reload alot)

Hope this helps.

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Location: Muskoka Ontario
Joined: 09/04/2007
Posts: 351
Favorite Reloading Equipment Manufacturer
winknjack wrote:
I've been told CCI primer are softer than Winchester primers, and that I would like them better. I use both and can't tell the differance. Anyone care to ellborate?

I used cci for reloading for my sks and would get double taps switched to winchester the problem went away.
F.K.

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Location: Mobile County, Alabama
Joined: 09/09/2007
Posts: 310
Favorite Reloading Equipment Manufacturer

I use a Lee press, many of their dies, and priming tool. I also have several Forster, RCBS and Redding dies. I use the Forster case trimmer and chamfer tool and the Redding BR3 powder dispenser, scale and trickler.

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Location: Nova Scotia
Joined: 08/17/2002
Posts: 1762
Favorite Reloading Equipment Manufacturer

I use a Lee turret press with Lee dies including factory crimp for my rifles. I use a dillon 650 with Lee dies including factory crimp for my handgun. I use winchester primers for everything now and always had great results with hodgdon powders. I use Retumbo, Varget, and Titegroup. I really like the lee dies better than the others I tried but the dillon press is sweet. Thumbs up

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