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Penrose
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Colorado
Hello
I recently inherited a Dillon XL 650 and a lot of various parts.
However, it appears I do not have all of the parts...it also appears I have 2 "generations" of XL 650 parts; so I think I need some "upgrade kits" but not an upgrade kit for everything.

I was wondering if there was a Dillon expert who would be willing to take cash for reviewing my system, and figuring out what I need to order?

Thank you
 
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Dillion's home is in North Phoenix. I have not been there for several years. When I bought my 550 I got the help I needed from talking to them. They had exploded drawings that made it pretty easy. https://www.dillonprecision.com/xl650-parts_8_45.html tel:8002234570
You can wait on hold (ignore) or they will call back from 480 area code. https://www.dillonprecision.com/kb/article/12/refurbishing-your-dillon-precision-reloading-machine

I found that knowing the parts myself is invaluable. Using a turret machine is a bit complicated when you get started with them. My partner is better at it than I am, once everything is set up we can get 400-500 .45acp's an hour. Could be more but we re-weight the power every 10 rounds just to be sure we are getting what we want.
Rifle like my .308 is a lot less in volume.

I bought a hydro MEC 12 gauge machine and found the best thing to do was to send it back to the mother ship and have them fix it for me.
 
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Thank you for the input, and links....I may look at this as a solution.
Right now I am only low volume; I have 2 RCBS singles stage presses setup (neck size on one; seat the bullet on the other)...I have 2 charge masters setup for powder, and hand prime.
 

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