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Just an ice breaker. I suppose more techie stuff will come later, but here's the gear that lives in my basement. (If you're looking to reload, it might give you a good idea as to how much equipment it involves)

Dillon RL550B Press w/ Strong Mounts, a few extra toolheads and an extra powder tube assembly
Dies and conversion kits for .38/357, .308, .30'06, .223, .45 ACP, .40S&W, 9mm
RCBS Trim Pro case trimmer & collets/shellplates for the above calibers
Case gauges for most of the above calibers
Case deburring tool
Dillon SuperSwage 600 (fixes crimped military primer pockets)
Vibrating case cleaner & 40 lbs fine corncob media (lifetime supply - $28!)
Dillon electronic powder scale
Dillon primer flip tray
A couple MTM case holder trays
A few dozen plastic ammo boxes in Dillon blue
RCBS Bullet Puller
RCBS Primer pocket cleaning tools
Harbor freight hex key set for adjusting the press
4 or 5 reloading manuals (Nosler, Hornady, Lee, etc)
Dillon micrometer for measuring case length & OAL

I think that covers most of the major stuff. Rolleyes
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Do you have pictures of the setup? I'm interested in reloading, but I'm a ways off so having pics would be helpful, plus it would help to get an idea as to what the layout would look like.

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For all my fellow free space challenged reloaders this lives on my second floor...

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Very nice. I did some reloading years back ( .270, 3006, .357 )
I was never that neet. Nice use of that work bench !!

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dgood71;27 Wrote:Just an ice breaker. I suppose more techie stuff will come later, but here's the gear that lives in my basement. (If you're looking to reload, it might give you a good idea as to how much equipment it involves)

Dillon RL550B Press w/ Strong Mounts, a few extra toolheads and an extra powder tube assembly
Dies and conversion kits for .38/357, .308, .30'06, .223, .45 ACP, .40S&W, 9mm
RCBS Trim Pro case trimmer & collets/shellplates for the above calibers
Case gauges for most of the above calibers
Case deburring tool
Dillon SuperSwage 600 (fixes crimped military primer pockets)
Vibrating case cleaner & 40 lbs fine corncob media (lifetime supply - $28!)
Dillon electronic powder scale
Dillon primer flip tray
A couple MTM case holder trays
A few dozen plastic ammo boxes in Dillon blue
RCBS Bullet Puller
RCBS Primer pocket cleaning tools
Harbor freight hex key set for adjusting the press
4 or 5 reloading manuals (Nosler, Hornady, Lee, etc)
Dillon micrometer for measuring case length & OAL

I think that covers most of the major stuff. Rolleyes


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