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Old February 17, 2006, 06:27 PM   #1
pfhorwath
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Fully Automatic Dillon 650 - 1050 Conversion

Anyone interested in an Automatic Conversion for Dillon 650 or 1050 reloading machine? Our company is willing to produce them if I can get enough folks interested. It will be fully automatic with a production rate of approx. 1200 rds per hour. No more pulling the handle or feeding bullets!! Price will be very reasonable.
We plan to offer a retro fit to your press and also completely set up units
Contact us at pfhorwath@cox.net
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Old February 17, 2006, 09:58 PM   #2
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Sounds interesting, have any pics or a demo video ?

Depending upon the price, I would probably be interested in 3 or so, if the fit, finish and function was on par with Dillon products.

Does your unit include a bullet feeder ? If so, how does it accommodate different calibers/lengths ? For the primer seating function, is force adjustable or is it set at a constant ?

I like the idea, I think most people will too, but again depending upon price and functionality. I would feel a WHOLE lot better about getting serious with spending some cash after I had a chance to check it out and see how it works.

My hats off to you and your coworkers/friends for coming up with a workable idea

FWIW,

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Old February 17, 2006, 11:25 PM   #3
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Hi Paul. Welcome to The Firing Line!!

Are you still running the bullet business as well?

I would be interested in seeing the conversion also. Thanks, Howard.
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Old February 21, 2006, 03:51 PM   #4
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I'd be interested too. Any idea how much it will run?
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