Kenneth Thomas: Great video. I do believe you've encouraged me to save some sheckles and get a dillon.
muffemod: Progressive presses are recommended for beginners now.
Ron Lykins: I have been deciding whether to get a single stage press or progressive and whether to go Dillon or RCBS and I think you have convinced me that the extra money is well spent on a Dillon. This will be my first reloading experience, but I am good at setting up routines and doing detail work. I like what I see in the XL650. I guess the only other major components I will need are a good scale, calipers, brass cleaning setup and brass trimming setup, various boxes and of course, brass, powder and bullets. What powder to you like for small handgun rounds (9mm) and what powder do you like for large rifle (.308- 7.62 Nato)
Ron Lykins: Thanks that was informative and helpful
DrJimJam111: Can't hear it either, worst part starts around 6:43. You are using the mic on the camera no? When you move away from it or face the opposite direction it's having a hard time picking up your voice. Remote mic? I'm hearing most all of the other videos quite well. Full size monitor w internal speakers. Both the youtube volume and the computer volume are turned all the way up.
PaulsWackyWorld: Check out my latest movie. Reloading safety with Muffie LOL
Adrian Lindsay: Excellent video thanks for taking the time to do it.
Jhovanny Oliveros: Best detailed video sir, keep them coming.
FrozenguyRS: I started with the XL 650 because you can use it as a single stage until you're ready for progressive. However great video! Really enjoyed it.
PaulsWackyWorld: Do what you want but don't give others bad information
Jim Kohn: Liked the presentation. Newer shooter (2yrs). Looking at the 650 as a first time loading machine. I have family that loads and will help me set things up. I really liked the full auto reloaded 1050 but don't think I really need all that right now.
philip Anninos: Very good presentation but you left out the flaring part when the powder charges and you left out the crimping step.. thank you for posting this.
Adriano Marques: Good morning Paul
Thanks for your attention. I have other question about powder the Winchester is a good choise for reloading? and what type i can use 231, auto comp
Tommy Rad: Excellent advice at the end. Good video! Thanks.
Tommy Rad: BTW, you don't have to spray the lube hot. Room temp is fine. Spray a couple sprays on your brass, mix them around [I prefer a plastic bowl] wait 1 to 2 minutes, start loading.
Tommy Rad: Dillon Case Lube is a lanolin & alcohol mixture. You can make it yourself at a fraction of the cost.
1 ounce of liquid lanolin.
12 ounces of 99% ISO Alcohol
Place both plastic containers [liquid lanolin & ISO alc] in a bowl of hot water for 20 min. This will facilitate the lanolin to become pourable & mix easily into the warm ISO.
Mix well, pour into a good bottle-sprayer. Done!
PaulsWackyWorld: As I said in the video- Start with a RCBS Rockchucker. Maybe get the RCBS master reloading kit. Learn on that. If you feel the need then go to the Dillon 650. The 650 IS NOT A GOOD PLACE TO START !