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Dillon Accessory and other accessories for reloading

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  • Dillon Accessory and other accessories for reloading

    A bud owns a Dillion, he raves on and on about this: offers accessories for reloading.

  • #2
    I've seen them, I want yes! But I NEED to add a few more calibers for my 1050 first (.45 ACP, 40 S&W). Once I have those I guess I'll be forced to buy one, unless I find LR primers somewhere. As it's a used professional grade model it doesn't come with the usual Dillon 100% warranty. It's a little finicky to set up but, once I got it running SUPREME BLISS!


    • #3
      Are you loading all those calibers?

      Will all the new communist laws in Canada affect you?

      After your basement was flooded; you could say you sold all your firearms and the paper records where in the basement..


      • #4
        Yes I'm one of those guys I was shaking my head at when starting reloading. One set of dies for the RCBS RC IV, one set for the Dillon. A few friends reload on my gear, they leave their gear here. So there's a bunch of normal type dies military calibers , then there's 7.08, 300 Sav .41 Swiss Rifle Etc. Yea there's a wall of them, then reloading manuals, manuals for the various gear i have. Rifle instructions etc.
        Yes they will affect me, to what extent coms security kicks in. I'm waiting for it to shake out, because the cracks have been starting to develop.
        Last edited by Armyjimbo; 12-02-2022, 08:55 PM.


        • #5
          Is Canada's ban on firearms or anything firearms related? Or if they came to your house and couldn't find a firearm only the Dillon would there be a problem?
          There are some novel ways to hide firearms.
          The key is have enough metal to justify a metal detector finding metal. For example, furnace ductwork explains the presence of metal.

          Here, there are too many unregistered firearms for any law to be effective. As the big Blue cities can't get firearms off the streets, there isn't much they can do about the rest of the nation.
          About all the Assault Weapons Ban of 1994 accomplished was the price of a couple dollar "pre-ban" AK was over $1000.

          Here California keeps passing laws that attack both our 1st and 2nd Amendments. The humor of it as they pass one, it gets challenged in Court; so they reword it and try again.



          • #6
            Completely seperate issues. components are 100 % legal for anyone to own. Only need some form of ID for powder, ammunition requires a valid PAL (possession acquisition license) to possess /purchase.


            • #7
              That was a surprise. My guess would have been a license.

              Yes, if the person engages in the business of selling or distributing reloads for the purpose of livelihood and profit.

              No, if the person reloads only for personal use.
              [18 U.S.C. 922(a) and 923(a); 27 CFR 478.41]
              Yes, if the person engages in the business of selling or distributing reloads for the purpose of livelihood and profit. No, if the person reloads only for personal use. [18 U.S.C. 922(a) and 923(a); 27 CFR 478.41]

              As usual the ATF's rules are ambiguous as it states for "livelihood and profit." What if someone gives another some reloaded ammo and it isn't their livelihood nor for profit?

              The ATF ruled bump stocks legal; then, changed their minds. Businesses who made them invested thousands in tooling and materials. That wasn't right!

              A FFL license costs $250 and a few online courses. I've considered getting one to purchase firearms wholesale.


              • #8
                I predict that Canada will see a repeat of what happened in New Zealand. When the draconian laws were brought in there the registered firearms were turned in as they were registered, and the government knew who to visit. Of all the previously non restricted firearms only between 13-17% were turned in. Apparently if you're a Liberal 13-17% is a success story. With the recent blockbuster amendment to Bill C-21 where they tried to make everything illegal except the kitchen sink, they have STOPPED talking about compensation. Without compensation you will have very few people that will surrender their firearms even if they are registered. This is set to be a 10 billion dollar boondoggle if they compensate law abiding, legal firearms owners.


                • #9
                  Egg Zachary! It's so genetically flawed, a bunch of friends who never cared one way or the other have now started to ask serious questions about this boondoggle.


                  • #10
                    It's all part of the great reset.
                    The ‘Great Reset’ wants you to own nothing and be happy about it.
                    “Top Story” with Jonathan Tobin and guest Michael Walsh, Ep. 71.The post The ‘Great Reset’ wants you to own nothing and be happy about it appeared first on

                    A government who gives you everything you have can take it away.


                    • #11
                      This last submission for Bill C-21, has NO mention of compensation, which could cost Canadian firearm owners in excess of $10 billion+


                      • #12
                        Here, I can build a firearm or reload and so on. If I build firearms and sell them, I'm a manufacturer which is a whole different story.

                        As Garand supplies a place and friends use their dies and components; he is not a manufacturer.

                        I agree with your assessment, it will follow the same path as New Zealand. I'm not sure, but I believe Australia passed the confiscation law and both New Zealand and Tasmania adopted them.

                        Of course, the reason behind no compensation is simple. They need to support all their other useless programs.

                        I'm into conspiracy theories; however sooner or later, there will be blood shed.

                        IMO, it's time to sort one's firearms to registered and not registered.


                        • #13
                          I do the same as GARAND, l simply make the space available with guidance from me if required. I hear what he's stating about zero compensation, but if/when that bill passes the liberal government will create the highest number of criminals in one day as a record. Mass none compliance will be the norm, kind of like when prohibition was enforced. It was a much derided act that caused the loss of trust in the LEOs .


                          • #14
                            "They" can eliminate what people enjoy doing.

                            AJ, I doubt they care how many criminals they create.

                            Here, the cost of insurance for firearms ranges went off the radar. The NRA organized a volume buy; of course, they required all the members to be card carrying NRA members.


                            • #15
                              "AJ, I doubt they care how many criminals they create."
                              That's true unti they come knocking on parliaments door, then the PM will come down with the coof again.