Since everyone is concerned with static I think the general answer is either use the single stage, convert your dillions powder measure or use a dipper and finish on a progressive. I don't do this yet but this is what I've seen written.
The only reason that I dont load my Long Range Lever and Single shot rounds in my Dillon's are takeing the time to set them up. I have an RCBS already on my bench and use that .
I load my Pistol Caliber Lever gun long range stuff on my Dillon. It is already set up for that round. One for 45 schofield and One for 45 Colt.
RCBS= 38/55 and 45/70
Everyone will have different ways of doing this. I would not hesitate one second to reload long range stuff on my Dillon's.
I use a singles stage press for everything I load have for 20+ years
For long range I have a press set up for it and everything is measured and weighted as it goes together to try and get every round within +/- .001 of each other (PB). The other is set for my 45's I like the idea of being able to see and make sure of the powder load: besides I enjoy reloading, the peace and quit in my own little word when the door is closed, I well load a hundrad or so a week, ( pistol, rifle, and shotgun) but if you are in a hurry then go to a progressive press :lol:
1 - 4 of 4 Posts
This is an older thread, you may not receive a response, and could be reviving an old thread. Please consider creating a new thread.
A forum community dedicated to the great outdoors and hunting enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about hunting, fishing, survival, archery gunsmithing, optics, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more!