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Old September 7, 2000, 07:15 PM   #1
WalterGAII
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Some of you probably saw a previous thread I started about my friend's double-charging, while loading .45ACP with his new RCBS Pro 2000.

Friend has since reassembled the 2000, making sure that all parts are where they're supposed to be. He also received a lockout die free from RCBS, which makes double-charges virtually impossible. No more problems loading handgun ammo.

The other day, we converted the press to reload .223. The strip priming system works great and we put out some really quality ammo. Looks like it's a keeper.

FWIW, I still prefer a self-indexing press; my next press will be a Dillon 650.
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