Hit Factor Shooting Supply LLC
These kits help you get the most from your Dillon reloading machine.
As the Shellplate bolt is tightened there is additional friction
between the shellplate and the press. The shellpate bearing
overcomes this friction. This stabilizes the shellplate and reduces
run out. This will dampen the motion of the shellplate, reducing
powder spills as it moves into position. You will also experience a
better feel for each operation. Decapping, priming, and seating each
have their unique feel. You'll know when a primer isn't right. With
the reduced run out, case overall length will be more consistent.
The result is a better operating press, consistent ammo, and
increased run rates.
Lubricate the bearing with a little grease, don't pack it like a wheel bearing. If the grease is collecting gunpowder on your press that's too much. We use Mobil 1 or Slide Guide.
We used to sell the oil-lite thrust washer kit. Feedback from our customers told us it wasn't a good value. The needle bearing has a far greater range of bearing preload making it much easier to tune precisely. We still have a pile of these oil-lite washers. If you want to try one send us a message before you order, we'll add it to your order for 25 cents (fits 550 or 650). Then you can decide.
Our Low Mass Detent Ball for the Dillon RL 450, RL 550, XL 650 and
SL 900 is tough as nails. This phenolic ball is super hard, smooth
and lightweight. It's approximately 7 times lighter than the factory
steel ball and every bit as tough.
The low mass detent ball has less momentum when it locks up with the
shellplate. The material also absorbs vibrations much better than
the steel ball. This detent ball is highly abrasion resistant and
will not be cut or scared by the shellplate. These are industrial
grade and used when strength and abrasion resistance is required.
To install, remove the shellplate, pluck out the steel ball, clean any debris out of the channel and drop our Low Mass Detent Ball into place. Then reinstall the shellplate.
Some folks have cut half a coil off of the detent spring to reduce pressure. We recommend giving our low mass detent ball a try, before modifying your press.
The camming pin bearing replaces the camming pin on your XL 650 or
SL 900. This is a sealed bearing, as such, no maintenance is
required. It smoothly rides the case insert slide cam. You won't
need to lubricate the cam to prevent wear, resulting in a cleaner
press. To install remove the locknut with a 9/16" wrench, unscrew
the original pin and screw in our camming pin bearing. Each half revolution of the camming pin bearing is
.020" of adjustment. Before you tighten the locknut ensure the
bearing rides square on the case insert slide cam. Use a 1/8" allen
wrench in the hex at the end of the pin, to hold it steady and
aligned when tightening the locknut.
We match the dimensions of the OEM pin. Our pin fully supports the casefeed arm, reducing vibrations and unnecessary wear. Reduced vibrations helps to keep cases correct side up when using a casefeeder. This is an exclusive feature of our pin, not available from any other manufacturer.
Our Ultimate and Premium kits come with an assortment of screws,
knobs and washers specific to your press.
Large knobs fit over the nut of the powder adjustment bolt. This makes adjusting the powder drop a snap. The included label indicates which way to turn for more powder and you won't need a wrench. It may take a day or two for the plastic to form to the nut, or you can warm the plastic a little before installation to speed up the process.
Thumbscrews are installed on the powder measure clamp. You will find not needing to reach for an allen wrench while adjusting the case bell makes the process go faster. Nylon washers are installed under this these thumbscrews. To stay tight they must sit flat on the powder measure clamp. These will need to be fitted, use sandpaper, a file, or grinder to create a small bevel on one side.
Depending on your press model you may receive a primer alarm screw, Dillon recently changed the design of the primer alarm and it no longer accepts a machine screw. If this is the case, repurpose the screw. You will find that it fits as a tension screw on your Blade-Tech holster.
Thumbscrews are also provided for the case insert slide cam (650) and the die clamp screw (650 & 1050)
No re-adjustment of dies is needed with any of our kits!
Our kits were featured in the Nov./Dec 2011 issue of Front Sight Magazine
Hit Factor Shooting Supply, LLC is a frequent sponsor of local, state and area matches. We donate our products and our time as a CRO to these matches. We give back to our customers.
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International Orders Accepted. Shipped via USPS.
International customers please note: You are responsible for duty and any other import fees levied by your country. Estimated delivery date does not account for the amount of time the package takes to clear customs. Italy is taking 4-6 weeks for delivery.
Canadian Customers - Murray 'Doc'
Gardner sells our products from BC, Jim Pshyk at A-Zone sells
from AB and Josko Kovic sells from ON.
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