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well i came across a good deal on a Dillon square deal b for 9mm. I know its not the 550 or whatever, but its mine =) Should be here in a few days. and then...boy will I need some help from you guys.
 

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congrats

i'll send you a couple thou 9mm's to load for me....should only take you a couple hrs

Gezzz...I need to take up preaching....Reloading newbies buying Dillon's :idk:

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I've thought about buying the a square deal for each caliber I load and and just leave em set up...but I need to buy a storage building I guess to do it.

Square deal presses will only do pistol...not rifle...but I guess you are aware of that already
 

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msredneck said:
I've thought about buying the a square deal for each caliber I load and and just leave em set up...but I need to buy a storage building I guess to do it.

Square deal presses will only do pistol...not rifle...but I guess you are aware of that already
yeah i knew it would only do pistol. But i decided i would start with pistol anyway. Also got a good deal, so I know i can get my money back out of it if i want to upgrade.
 

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BigMikeFromOlemiss said:
yeah i knew it would only do pistol. But i decided i would start with pistol anyway. Also got a good deal, so I know i can get my money back out of it if i want to upgrade.
Good choice. I think you will really like it and like you said, if you ever want to move to something different you probably won't lose much if anything. If you don't want to change, a Dillon is a "lifetime" machine. Wear some or all of it out (if you can) and they will rebuild it for you for free. Their tech support is very good if you have any questions or issues.

If I can ever be of any assistance, don't hesitate to let me know. It would be good to have someone close that could help out, but you can do it without that. Just pay attention and take your time at first and don't be afraid to ask questions if you are not sure about something.
 
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