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Old May 3, 2000, 10:58 PM   #19
Ruben Nasser
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Join Date: March 29, 2000
Location: Asuncion, Paraguay
Posts: 280
I started with a Dillon 550, and never had a problem. I thind it was easy for me because this press is fairly easy to use and I had a very good heoretical understanding of reloading before starting. The important thing if you are about to start reloading (with any press) is: you MUST understand perfectly every step of the operation and be very careful to take your time (it varies with every individual) to get every step/stage as close as perfect as you can honestly get. With time you'll get faster and get to know a few new tricks, but you must master the basics in the begining. Get a good manual (Lyman's is my favorite) and read it thoroughly until you understand every step. If you do that and follow the press manufacturer's instructions, with a little patience you can start with a progressive.
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