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Old April 30, 2000, 01:00 AM   #13
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Join Date: December 5, 1999
Location: Seattle, Washington, USA
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Be careful and you can start on a Dillon 550. You can start off slow on it. Fast on a Lyman turret press or a Rockchucker is 125 rounds and hour. Slow on a Dillon 550 is 200 rounds an hour.

Do the math. What is your time worth? Wish I would have spent the extra money on the Dillon on my first press.

Ask yourself - how many used Dillon presses do you ever see? Lots of Rockchuckers, Lymans T-Mags, and Lee progressives on eBay. That should be a clue to you.

People buy Dillon and keep them. Nuff said!

The Seattle SharpShooter
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