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This is a discussion on Dillon XL650 Complete Reloading Press and Options: $550 Plus Shipping within the Sold forums, part of the Classifieds category; SOLD This XL650 press is complete and in excellent condition with zero rust (dry Colorado climate) and includes the Caliber Conversion Kit for reloading .223/5.56 ...


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Old March 6th, 2020, 05:41 AM   #1
 
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SOLD: Dillon XL650 Complete Reloading Press and Options: $550 Plus Shipping

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This XL650 press is complete and in excellent condition with zero rust (dry Colorado climate) and includes the Caliber Conversion Kit for reloading .223/5.56 rifle ammo. The press is as delivered from Dillon for reloading .223/5.56 rifle ammo. Dillon doesn't include either a casefeeder or reloading dies with the press but offers them as options. So, with your choice of standard 7/8" .223/5.56 dies you'll have a complete setup for handloading .223/5.56 ammo or you can also add a casefeeder with small rifle casefeed plate (P68-21082) for automatic .223/5.56 case feeding. Extra casefeed plates for large rifle as well as both large and small pistol are available from Dillon as are all of the Caliber Conversion Kits needed to reload a wide variety of both rifle and pistol calibers.




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