Reloading Equipment

Reloading Equipment

This is a discussion on Reloading Equipment within the Reloading forums, part of the Defensive Ammunition & Ballistics category; I am looking to start reloading again and was wondering where do you order your equipment from? I can order the RCBS brand from RSR ...

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    Reloading Equipment

    I am looking to start reloading again and was wondering where do you order your equipment from? I can order the RCBS brand from RSR but was also looking at Dillion and Hornady presses.

    Thanks,

    Ricky

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    Midway is a good source, also Midsouth and Natchez Shooters Supply. Dillon mostly sells direct, but there are some distributors out there.
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    Thanks gasmitty

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    Happy to help.

    Also, moving this to the Reloading sub-forum.
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    I find the Dillon RL-550B to be an excellent turret press. The Dillon carbide dies are OK, but I think Redding dies are better, especially the competition die set. They cost a little bit more, but they're worth it, IMO.

    Quote Originally Posted by KnotRight View Post
    I am looking to start reloading again and was wondering where do you order your equipment from? I can order the RCBS brand from RSR but was also looking at Dillion and Hornady presses.

    Thanks,

    Ricky

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