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Old June 22, 2002, 02:32 PM   #1
jtduncan
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Dillon 550 and AA2200 Powder?

Started loading some 223 rem on my Dillon 550 with some military surplus powder, AA2200, and noticed some light powder spillage on the shellplate.

Made sure verything was right.

Called Dillon and they stated that some extra fine powders may spill out of their setup. Say it in the manual as well. Small extruded powders may spill.

How do you deal with this because 100 rounds an our on my Lyman turret press isn't fast enough.

I know I can do an easy 250-300 an hour on the Dillon 550.

Just clean off the excess powder every 50 rounds?

What do you do?
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