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Old March 21, 2000, 10:34 PM   #6
Kenneth L. Walters
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Join Date: September 2, 1999
Location: flagstaff, arizona
Posts: 476
I had and used a Dillon RL1000. That was the 1050's slightly bigger brother. I wouldn't recommend either of them for a couple of reasons. First, the 1050 only carries a couple year warrenty as it is expected to be used by commercial ammunition producers. All the rest of the Dillon line have lifetime guarentees to the original owner. Second, these bigger machines are just more complicated. More things to go wrong. Third, you really don't need this kind of machine unless you are trying to make ammunition for a living. I'd recommend you look at the Dillon RL550. That's a nice, user friendly machine.
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