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• Deactivates Case Feed Mechanism
• Allows for Easier Recovery from Press Malfucntions and Jams
• Allows for Easier Die Adjustment
• Saves the Time Needed to Return Cases to Casefeed Bowl
• Ball Detents at "ON" and "OFF" Positions
• Easy Bolt On Installation
• Durable Anodized Aluminum Base
Faster Conversion from Pistol to Rifle
When it comes time to switch from pistol to rifle cartridges, all you do is slide the cam off the base, swap ends and slide it back onto the base. No tools are needed!
Also Protects Casefeed Body Assembly!
If the Casefeed Body Assembly jams, the Case Feed Stop Switch will automatically release and move to the "OFF" position. For example, if you are loading 45 ACP and have a case with a 40 S&W case stuck inside, it will jam. The extra force will defeat the ball detent of the Case Feed Stop Switch … thus protecting the Casefeed Body Assembly, as well as the Case Insert Slide & Slide Cam, from damage.
|NOTE: Although photos show blue anodizing, the actual color may be black, red, gold or blue. Due to the small
production run sizes, our parts are grouped in with whatever color anodizing is being run at that time.
|Average rating from 7 reviews: 4.9||Showing: 3 of 7||Show All|
Must have for the “Lazy” man or womanThis again is what Dillon should have done. It makes it a breeze to stop the cases from dropping if you have an issue to fix or you’re just out of bullets. Additionally, it is MUCH easier to switch from rifle to pistol. (No tools required)X
Works Great. Not as Pictured.This works great as there is no need to have a clip or piece of brass floating around to disengage the case feeder. It also makes switching the block from pistol to rifle and back much faster.
I was disappointed upon delivery to discover the aluminum coating was red and not blue as shown in the picture. It really sticks out on my blue Dillon press. Non-the-less it works great, just irritates my OCD every time I look at it. Additionally, the recess in the plastic block is different. it almost appears as if the wrong tool was installed while milling. Mine looks to be, what can best be described as, a sad pineapple shape. I would prefer a simple "P" and "R", as the standard Dillon block has,, in order to quickly tell which direction the block needs to face.
MUST HAVE!! UpgradeOne of my frustrations with my NEW XL750 was the clumsiness of stopping cases from feeding. This makes it easy!
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