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Old February 14, 2013, 07:59 PM   #5
BigJimP
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Talk to Dillon first - and get their input ....but I have buddies with the Dillon 650 press ...and they aren't having any issues loading .308 , 30-06, etc.../ and of course then you have the 5 station toolhead ...so you can install the powder check die - and keep your seating and crimping in separate stations, which I think is the smartest way to go.

I'm assuming you realize using lube will make the press run a lot smoother ...I even use Dillons spray lube on my handgun cases in my 650 press with carbide dies.

I have a couple of buddies that use the Dillon 550 .....press as well ...with .308, .30-06, .223, etc..../ and although it doesn't have the powder check, they aren't having any issues with runout, etc either....
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