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Hello from eastern North Carolina. I grew up in around shotguns and rifles but got interested in hand guns last year. I took the concealed carry class December 2012 and since that time have purchased several items. Last Saturday I bought a used Lee Loadmaster that was a few months old from and individual that decided to buy a Dillon XL 650. While using the Lee, he would removed the casing after the priming station to visually inspect the primer to make sure it was seating correctly before replacing it to move onto the powder station. While I realize I have a lot of reading and watching videos to do as I am very a noob to reloading, I would like for it to function so that I don't have to visually inspect the each primer. Looking at several videos and comments on the internet already, it looks like I may be sending it to Magic Mike to work his mojo on it.
Anonymous wrote:, it looks like I may be sending it to Magic Mike to work his mojo on it.
With the results people are having so far with Magic Mike's work, I think you are wise to get his modifications.
Hang in there with it and you will like the Load Master.
Thanks guys. rowe_s, the previous owner and his wife shoot competition and he said he wanted to upgrade for increased production. I had read about the primer issues before buying, but for the price and what it included I couldn't pass it up and knew some owners had to have developed some fixes ...which led me here. Carload9, I'm in Edgecombe County (about 1 20 minutes away), but I may have to take you up on it. Within the last week I ordered all the stuff I needed to get started. Just waiting on a work shelf to be built in my barn. I figured I can wait a little longer until I send some things to Magic Mike. It's going to be some interesting learning days ahead.
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