Swage It S750
Swage It S750
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The Swage It Primer Pocket Swager for the new Dillon XL 750 press includes everything that you need to swage .223/5.56mm, .308/7.62mm or any other calibers that utilize small or large primers.

Features & Advantages:
Engineered Specifically for the Dillon XL 750 Press
Machined from Billet Aerospace Stainless Steel
Sweges Hardened to 50 Rockwell
Frame Mounted Swager
Installs in Just Minutes
Installs in Place of Dillon Automatic Primer System.
Fully Resizes the Primer Pocket and Adds the Correct Fillet

Small Primer Swage
Large Primer Swage
Mounting Hardware
Swage It S550 Parts
Installs in Just Minutes. Simply remove the Dillon Automatic Primer System (including the Primer Track Bearing), then Install the Swage It S750 in its place. It's that simple!

Manufacturer's Unconditional Lifetime Warranty:
You will not be disappointed in the Swage It S750. The manufacturer backs this product with an unconditional lifetime warranty. If your swage ever fails, just send it back to the manufacturer and they will send you another free of charge.

Tip!: Set up a toolhead for the Swage It S750 with a Universal Decap Die in Station 1 and a Dillon Rapid Trim Case Trimmer in Station 4. This will allow you to recap, swage, resize and trim in one operation … greatly speeding up the process.

Protected by U.S. Patent No. 9,494,398. Made in USA Logo

Customer Reviews

Average rating from 1 reviews: 5.0
Swage It S750 Review & TipsAt first I was not a Happy camper. Called to report a defective unit. was told to get alignment tool from Dillion and check my press. I did and that did not solve the problrm either.
It was consistantly hitting off center of the primer pocket.
Although aligning your press is a fantastic idea, to get my Swage It to line up I had to float it in.
I Swaged a .223 case on a singe stage press.
Put that case in station 2.
And with the Swage It bolted in place, but only hand tight, raised the ram and allowed the the Swage It to "float" or center into the already swaged .223 case and then fully tightened the bolts.
Now it works like a charm.
Written by Donald on Sat 26 Jun 2021 2:37:26 PM GMT
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