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H and h has Dillon 750s

Discussion in 'Steals & Deals' started by HoLeChit, Mar 4, 2021.

  1. HoLeChit

    HoLeChit Semper Fidelis

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    Like the title says, h and h has Dillon 750 presses in stock, of the 9mm flavor. $750. Not sure if it’s a steal or a deal, but presses are like hens teeth right now. If someone wanted one that isn’t in OKC I’ll buy ONE established member ONE press and can deliver or hold it for you to pick it up in the west OKC area. But I’m charging 10% shipping and handling of purchased on your behalf, and if delivered, gas money.

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  2. Cowcatcher

    Cowcatcher Unarmed boating accident survivor

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    Them puppies be brangin 11-1300 bucks on fleabay.
     
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    I'm seeing sold pricing around 975 for the 9mm setups. Some get higher I suppose. But figure 15% for ebay fees, and about 30 in shipping and you don't make any money. $800 after expenses, and the cost+tax locally is around $815.
     
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    Cowcatcher Unarmed boating accident survivor

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    Yes it seems that sometimes there just happens to be 2 stubborn bidders on the same press. Even though there’s another one exactly like it they wanna argue/bid on the same one. Heck I’ve seen em pay more for one than they could buy another for at a lower buy it now price. Sometimes I wonder if it isn’t a seller runnin it up. I’ve seen some bring over a grand and right after it ends the seller lists another one. Yes it could be a different one but it could also be that the seller “ran a red light”.
    All that being said, it looks like to me that the EBay reloading market prices have been settling down in the last week.

    Oh and the stuff I sold recently EBay only took, lol only, 10%.
     
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    What about primers! Did they have any?
     
  6. MacFromOK

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    Ok, I'm a reload idiot. Do those have everything you need to reload 9mm ammo, start to finish?

    Other than the expendables, of course...
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    No primers.
     
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    The box states that dies are not included. I’m guessing no powder scale either. Other than that, it probably has the basics plus the 9mm bushings. No brass trimming needed when reloading 9mm.
     
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    I'm just as new to this as you are, I've been collecting components as I'm looking for the equipment. aside from this kit, You need 9mm dies, clean brass (or a way to clean and deprime your used), Calipers, and your needed components. and a reloading book. Someone correct me if I'm wrong.
     
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    Cowcatcher Unarmed boating accident survivor

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    You need a die set and a scale to set the included powder measure up and some calipers to set your seat depth. You can then make 9mm ammo. Nothing else is a must have.

    Edit: Obviously you need powder, primers, brass and bullets also.
     
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