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Handloading or reloading is the process of making firearm cartridges or shells by manually assembling the individual components (case, primer, propellant, and projectile such as bullet, slug or shots), rather than purchasing mass-assembled, factory-loaded ammunition.The term handloading is the more generic term, as it refers to manual assembly of ammunition using components from any source. Reloading refers more specifically to the handloading of ammunition by re-using cases or shells from previously fired ammunition. The terms are often used interchangeably, as the techniques are largely the same whether using new or recycled components. The differences lie in the preparation of the cases or shells; new components are generally ready to load, while previously fired components often need cleaning, removal of expended primers, and possibly other reshaping/resizing preparations to make them ready to load again.
I have a Dillon RL550B up for sale 425 for the press. the powder measure is missing. for 550 it will come with a rcbs powder check, a set of dillon new dynamic 9MM dies and caliber conversion kits for 9MM and .45 acp
if your interested i can be reached at (760) 780-7083