Dillon 650 reloading

Reloading info for the 5.7x28mm

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GONRA
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Re: Dillon 650 reloading

Post by GONRA » 22 Nov 2016, 14:22

GONRA's experience is that you're best served to "resize 5.7 brass"
on a large robust single stage press to get consistant headspace.

Fired 5.7 cases can/will hava a "body bulge" that is really different
from the usual reloading we all are used to.

RCBS SMALL BASE dies verk great for me.

AZ SEAN
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Re: Dillon 650 reloading

Post by AZ SEAN » 30 Jan 2017, 20:54

I have been working on a complete 650 conversion for over 6 months now. It needs more testing but I have successfully sized and trimmed several hundred cases. I will have a kit or two available soon for someone to test. This project has cost me countless hours and thousands of dollars but I think its progressing well.

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Re: Dillon 650 reloading

Post by AZ SEAN » 13 Mar 2018, 16:15

Complete kits with or without the ability to trim are ready to ship.

Also parts to trim 7.62X25, 22TCM, 357SIG, or 5.7X28 on the XL650.

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Re: Dillon 650 reloading

Post by AZ SEAN » 15 Mar 2018, 19:22

This is a short video of the conversion. - https://youtu.be/8TW7pc3cHng

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