It's been a long while, but I have the Dillon 550 in boxes around the house waiting for a decent table etc. That's the one with a removable head for your dies - great idea! It's not a progressive per se, but each pull of the handle completes the stage the round is sitting in, and you have to manually turn the star to advance the round to the next position.
I moved up from the single stage Lee machine, which was a great learning tool.
L-188 wrote:With the large number of calibers, many of them obsolete and obsolecent, I am really going to save some money if I start reloading.
.45 Long Colt isn't getting any cheaper, but I was shocked to see that 6.5 Jap is a Hornaday factory load!
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