Everglades Dillon 1050 Super Primer Hold Down Die

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Everglades Ammunition Custom Primer Hold-Down Die for the Dillon Super 1050 Reloading Machine. Designed for pistol rounds from 380 ACP to 45 Colt. Not for use on rifle brass. The die measures .579" diameter and will be a light press fit on most Dillon Super 1050 Toolheads. The die will need to be modified to work in the RL 1050 and possibly the RL1100. Dillon has shipped the RL1100 with different toolheads.  In the toolhead examples we have seen the die fits in one style and the OD of the die needs to be turned down on the other style.  You can measure your toolhead to know if it will fit without modification.  The OD must be turned down to fit the RL 1050. The OD can be turned down in a lathe or with a drill/drillpress and files or sandpaper.

$20.00

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Everglades Ammunition Custom Primer Hold-Down Die for the Dillon Super 1050 Reloading Machine. Designed for pistol rounds from 380 ACP to 45 Colt. Not for use on rifle brass. The die measures .579" diameter and will be a light press fit on most Dillon Super 1050 Toolheads. The die will need to be modified to work in the RL 1050 and possibly the RL1100. Dillon has shipped the RL1100 with different toolheads.  In the toolhead examples we have seen the die fits in one style and the OD of the die needs to be turned down on the other style.  You can measure your toolhead to know if it will fit without modification.  The OD must be turned down to fit the RL 1050.  The OD can be turned down in a lathe or with a drill/drillpress and files or sandpaper.

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