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Old November 24, 2012, 07:08 AM   #4
thump_rrr
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Join Date: October 12, 2010
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Ive had my LnL AP Progressive with the bullet feeder and case feeder for about 20 months now.

The press works very well however when changing calibers even with separate powder drops it takes a while to reset the powder measure especially going from pistol to rifle or vice versa.

I have seen my friends Dillon XL650 change calibers much quicker due to the separate toolhead and separate powder measures.

On a side note the price difference between the Hornady LnL AP progressive and the Dillon XL650 is less than $50 when you consider that the case feeder for the Dillon is only $220 versus the $320-350 for the Hornady unit.
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