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  1. #11
    This is a great idea and I'll be participating... I don't have any oddballs, but I do have the Lee Carbide 380 ACP 3 piece plus factory crimp (so 4 piece I guess) and Lee 45 ACP 4 piece set...

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    Urban Farmer Aszerigan's Avatar
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    I just added the 45LC conversion for my XL650 and thought, "Damn, these are expensive."

    These cost me $80 each - just wanted to offer these for the INGO community. If anyone else wants to offer their conversions, please post. And thanks for trusting one another.

    I just posted the first 'borrow' of dies in a PM, so hopefully this thread will work.

    Andrew

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    Plinker
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    I need to start reloading 7.62X39 and .223 - Both are too costly Although I don't see many brass casings for 7.62 around... mostly the cheap wolf steel casings.. reloading steel will ruin dies am I correct? Ps I have a lot more I could say about reloading seeing that I love my dillonboy but I am trying to post enough messages so I can message this dude selling a sig 238 hoorah for concealed carry!

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    Reloading Dies For Dillon Square B

    I just picked up a dillon square b today i have 40 s&w but i am more of a 45acp shooter anyone have a set of dies and any stuff for 45 acp please let me know thansk for the add to the group

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    Reloading Die Exchange Program

    +1 to Aszerigan! Great idea.

  6. #16
    Looking for 25 acp dies (mainly de-priming die)


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    INGO Member # 104 jblomenberg16's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by redneckmedic View Post
    Looking for 25 acp dies (mainly de-priming die)
    Will a universal decapping die work with them?
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  8. #18
    Newb to the board but I do have a ton of dies.

    Set up with Dillon dies in an XL650 quick change head with conversion kits.
    223
    9mm
    40S&W
    38/357-not in head

    Assorted Dies:
    RCBS

    Carbide
    9mm
    38/357
    40/10
    44

    Standard
    50AE
    357sig
    223
    22-250
    243
    308
    300WM fl and neck die

    Case neck turner-30 cal
    22 cal 3 way cutter
    30 cal 3 way cutter

    Redding
    6.5-284
    223 comp micrometer set

    Forester
    300 blackout

    I'd love to get a few guys with XL 650's to share quick change kits with.

  9. #19
    I have just a couple I don't see listed yet:

    .32S&W/.32H&R
    .204 Ruger
    7.7x58 Jap
    .45/70 Govt.
    NRA Instructor/Dormant U.S.Marine/ NRA Benefactor-Life

  10. #20
    I'm not a site supporter and need to look into what is involved with that. I would like to borrow 223 and 35 Remington dies for a few weeks and offer the use of the following, in return:

    44/40 Winchester
    30 Carbine
    30 Herrett
    6.5JDJ
    7-30 Waters
    7.7x58 Arisaka
    7.62x54R
    358GNR
    338MX

    I have quite a few other sets of dies, but they are the more typical stuff, like 270, 308, 9mm, etc. If anyone would like to exchange 223 or 35 Remington with one of the sets I have, please send me a PM.

    Jason

    P.S. I'm in Mooresville, just south of Indy.


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