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 Best setup for .40 s&w 
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 Post subject: Best setup for .40 s&w
PostPosted: Fri Dec 12, 2008 5:28 pm 
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I reloaded thousands of cartridges in olden times and am thinking of starting up again. I have no press, no dies, nothing but a pile of brass. What's a good, reliable, precise, progressive rig these days?


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Dillon is really the only game in town for progressives. And the only place to buy one is Gunstop.

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I've got a dillion 650 and reload 45, 40 and 38super. Soon to be 223 also. They are a slick machine and 500 an hour is easy. Not cheap but built like a tank, and gunstop is the place to get a good price and alot of expertise. Talk to John.


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Thanks for the link Dean. Bookmarked it, along with the link to Dillon Precision Products.

As much as I shoot, I NEED to start reloading.


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i've got a hornady locknload. not as expensive than the dillon, easier to set up and i still believe they have a rebate for 1000 free bullets. i've seen pinnacle work his dillon and he is a machine on his dillon machine. he cranked out around some 600 rounds of .40 s&w for me in a little over an hour. dillons are quite the reloaders but they are not the only game in town. i went with the hornady l&l mainly for the $200 worth of free bullets.

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Check Ammocraft on Shadyoak road, ( Hopkins/ Minnetonka) he is also a Dillon dealer and has great prices and also a standup guy to deal with.

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