Bullet Swaging Machine

Super 1050 machine with caliber specific shellplate and loading dies installed and adjusted. Casefeeder Assembly: casefeed bowl, caliber specific casefeed plate, case-feed mounting post, casefeed tube, and post studs

Collection bin support bracket

Bullet bin bracket

Collection bin

Bullet bin

Spent primer cup

Powder measure assembly

• Powder bar return rod assembly

• Primer early warning system

• Operating handle

See the schematics pages in the back of this manual for more detail.

How the Super 1050 Works

Stations 1 - 8 (counterclockwise)

toolhead and dies cut away for clarity

Super 1050 Toolhead
Station 1 - The casefeed plunger inserts the case into the shellplate.

Station 1: Empty cases are automatically inserted into the shellplate via the electric casefeeder.

Bullet Swaging Process

Station 7 - In this station, the bullet is seated to its proper depth.

Station 3 - Here the case mouth is expanded while a rod supports the case base for swaging.

Station 7 - In this station, the bullet is seated to its proper depth.

Station 7: The bullet is seated to its proper depth at this station.

Station 3 - Here the case mouth is expanded while a rod supports the case base for swaging.

Station 7: The bullet is seated to its proper depth at this station.

Bullet Case Crimping

Station 2 - Here, spent cartridge cases are resized and deprimed.

Station 5 - Here the case mouth is belled and powder dispensed.

Station 8 - Here the case is crimped and then ejected out of the shellplate with the next pull of the handle.

Station 2 - Here, spent cartridge cases are resized and deprimed.

Station 2: Here the spent cartridge cases are resized and deprimed.

Station 3: This station is totally unique. The case is supported from the inside and slightly expanded (not belled) while simultaneously a swager is driven into the primer pocket to remove any crimp.

Station 4: A new primer is installed at this station. The spring driven primer slide is extremely smooth. The steel shrouded primer magazine is capped with an electronic Early Warning Device to let you know when you're down to approximately three primers.

Station 5 - Here the case mouth is belled and powder dispensed.

Station 5: Here the case is belled and powder is dropped by the case-activated powder measure. It is extremely accurate and will not drop powder unless a case is present. Dillon Precision offers an optional accessory to be utilized with the automatic powder measure at this station - Dillon's Low Powder Sensor provides an audible and visual reminder when it's time to refill the powder reservoir.

Station 6: This station is open to allow for case inspection.

Station 8 - Here the case is crimped and then ejected out of the shellplate with the next pull of the handle.

Station 8: In this station, the bullet is crimped into place. The cartridge is then automatically ejected into a collection bin.

Your dies have been adjusted at the factory. Before you change anything, try it the way it is, once you thoroughly understand the machine's operation, make whatever adjustments to the dies you feel necessary.

Reminder: There may be some variation due to components.

Super 1050 Assembly

Your new Super 1050 has been assembled at the factory. All of the adjustments necessary to reload have already been made, in fact we've even adjusted the dies to reload the caliber you have chosen. However, before you can reload you must do some minor assembly.

Due to variations in components, check all stations for proper settings before loading ammunition. It is absolutely necessary that you read the following instructions.

If you get stuck on something that you don't understand, call (800) 2234570 for technical assistance.

Step 1: Mounting the Super 1050

Select a clear area on your reloading bench. Be certain your bench is free from vibration and is strong enough to support your Super 1050's mass and operating force. If possible, attach your bench to the wall using screws.

Super 1050 Swage

Fig. 1 - Be sure the machine is to the forward edge of the table or bench when marking the four holes to be drilled.

Bullet Swaging Presses

Fig. 4 - Locator button being inserted into its proper position.

Fig. 2 - Note that there are three different positions for mounting the operating handle.

Install the handle (#12727) as indicated in the parts schematic. Secure in place with the handle set screw (#13432). Fig. 2 You will note that there are three different positions for mounting the operating handle. Choose the one that feels best for you. The longer the handle, the less force required but the stroke is longer.

Fig. 1 - Be sure the machine is to the forward edge of the table or bench when marking the four holes to be drilled.

Remove the Super 1050 main frame from the packaging and place it on your selected area. The crank extension (#11000) should be to your right. Bring the machine to the forward edge of your bench - be sure to allow clearance for operation of the handle. Mark the four mounting holes using the machine as a template. Remove the machine and drill four 1/4" holes through the bench. Replace the machine and bolt securely. Fig. 1

Super 1050 Toolhead

Fig. 3 - Be sure to hold the operating handle in place while cutting the plastic ties.

Fig. 4 - Locator button being inserted into its proper position.

Install the six brass locator buttons (#20637*) around the shellplate (#12600*). Fig. 4

Super 1050 Toolhead

Fig. 5 - See the schematic on page 30 for more details.

Fig. 3 - Be sure to hold the operating handle in place while cutting the plastic ties.

The toolhead (#20420) is held down on the main frame for shipping by the use of plastic ties. Remove the ties while holding the handle.

Slowly move the handle up. This will move the toolhead approximately three inches to its "up" position. Note: If the handle is not moving freely, carefully inspect for shipping damage.

Fig. 5 - See the schematic on page 30 for more details.

Step 2: Installing the Casefeed Assembly

Using the screw provided (#13377) install the bin bracket (#13238). Fig. 5

Install the bullet bin bracket (#12144) to the casefeed post (#20641) using the screw (#13685) as shown in the schematic on page 30.

Screw the casefeed post studs (#13271) to the main frame (place the washer provided on the bottom post only), tighten securely with an Allen wrench through the cross hole provided.

Swaged Cable Ends

Fig. 6 - Shown is the proper position of the power cable, clamp, and bin bracket.

Dillon Super 1050 Schematic

Fig. 8 - The end of the casefeed tube marked "up" snaps into the clip at the base of the casefeeder motor housing.

Fig. 6 - Shown is the proper position of the power cable, clamp, and bin bracket.

The casefeed mounting post assembly (#20641) is attached to the case-feed post studs (#13271) by the use of two post bolts (#13205). Attach the power cable and clamp and bin bracket (#12144) as shown in the schematic on page 30. Fig. 6

The casefeed bowl assembly needs to be placed on the casefeed post with the Dillon logo and the on/off switch facing you.

Fig. 7 - The proper location and positioning of the casefeed tube and adapter is as shown above.

The casefeed tube (#13761) should now be inserted into the casefeed adapter (#13654*) Fig. 7 Note that the tube is marked "up" on one end. Press this end into the tube clip (#13859) attached to the casefeeder motor housing Fig. 8. This assembly is now complete.

Fig. 8 - The end of the casefeed tube marked "up" snaps into the clip at the base of the casefeeder motor housing.

Step 3: Installing the Powder Measure

Bullet Swaging Machine

Fig. 9 - See arrow. A slight gap allows the powder die to be adjusted without removing the powder measure.

Fig. 10 - Note how the spring above the wing nut is slightly compressed.

Step 4: Installing the Spent Primer Cup and Bullet Bin

Fig. 9 - See arrow. A slight gap allows the powder die to be adjusted without removing the powder measure.

Remove the blue cap from the powder die (#20320) and loosely clamp the powder measure in position. Fig. 9 Install the powder measure return rod (#13960) through the 3/8" eyebolt (#13089) mounted on the left rear of the main frame. Fig. 10 Now attach the rod to the powder measure bellcrank using the clip. Fig. 10 Install the spring (#14033) and wing nut (#13799) on the rod and screw the wing nut up until you feel light tension on the spring. Tighten the powder measure clamp screws (#14037).

Dillon 1050 Bullet Bin Installation
Fig. 11 - See the schematic on page 27 for more details.

Install the spent primer cup (#13650) on the right side as shown on the schematic on page 27. Fig. 11

Fig. 12 - Shown is the proper location of the cartridge collection bin. Note: the bullet bin is replaced by the optional bullet tray in this photo.

Hook the bullet bin (#13756) and the collection bin (#13484) on to their respective brackets. Fig. 12

Step 5: Cycling the Machine

Turbocharger Balancing Machine
Fig. 13 - Cycle the handle several times to observe the various functions.

At this point your assembly should be complete. Gently pull the operating handle towards you, make a full stroke to the bottom and up again. The shellplate should be indexing and the primer slide (#20318*) should function. The casefeed plunger (#13073*) should travel forward to the shellplate. Make sure that you repeat this several times to gain an understanding of the various functions of the machine before you start reloading. Fig. 13

Now plug in the casefeed motor and activate the switch. The casefeed plate should turn smoothly within the case-feed bowl.

Assuming that all is well, proceed with components.

Loading Components

Your Super 1050 is equipped with a cartridge activated powder measure that will dispense powder only when a cartridge is in Station 5.

Fig. 14 - This photo shows the powder bar at the end of its travel.

It is important to understand that the adjustable powder bar should reach the end of its travel at the same time that the handle reaches the bottom of its stroke against the frame stop. Fig. 14 To achieve this adjustment, the die body must be screwed up or down as needed.

The powder die has already been adjusted at the factory. An empty case must be placed in the shellplate at Station 5 in order to check this adjustment. Note that the case used to adjust the powder measure die must already be sized.

NOTE: If you are adjusting for a straight wall case, start your powder die adjustment with the die obviously too high and work down. This will avoid over belling the case.

If you are adjusting a case with a shoulder, such as a .223, do not turn the die down too far or the shoulder will buckle.

Use a reloading manual to determine how much powder you need for a particular load and an accurate powder scale to determine the weight. Caution: While you do not have to use a Dillon Precision powder scale, you should use a scale of equal quality. Do not use scales with plastic frames or "razor blade" pivots. Quality scales have jeweled pivot points. Razor blade pivots can dig into the frame of the scale and give dangerously inaccurate readings.

Powder Measure Adjustments

Expander Die For Dillon 1050
Fig. 15 - Note the difference between the rifle expander (center) and the pistol expander (right).

In Station 5 we adjust the powder measure. It works like this: screw the powder die into the toolhead and insert the pistol powder funnel expander or a rifle powder funnel with the grooved end toward the top of the powder die. Fig. 15 The funnel should move freely in the die, leaving a loose fit between the top of the die and the powder measure collar. This will enable you to adjust the die to give you a bell on the mouth of your pistol cases making it easier to start the bullet.

On rifle cases, the die should be adjusted so that the powder funnel will contact the mouth of the case and then fully actuate the powder bar. These adjustments are accomplished with a sized case in the shellplate and alternately raising and lowing the operating handle while adjusting the powder die.

When properly adjusted, the powder bar will be moved to the end of its travel by the cartridge case Fig. 14.

Bullet Swaging Machine
Fig. 16 - Be sure to tighten the lock ring when adjustments are completed.

When you have determined that your adjustments are correct, tighten the lock ring (#14067). Fig. 16

Powder Bar Return Rod Assembly

The purpose of the powder bar return rod is to return the powder bar to its closed position.

Remove the blue cap from the powder die (#20320) and loosely clamp the powder measure in position.

To install the powder bar return rod (#13960) remove the blue wing nut (#13799) and rod spring (#14033) from the rod, then insert the bottom end through the 3/8" eyebolt (#13089) that is mounted on the left rear of the main frame.

Bullet Swaging Machine

Next, using your thumb and index finger of your left hand, move the locklink down and align the hole with the slot on the bellcrank. Then, insert the rod through the two holes and insert the return rod clip (#13929). Fig. 17

Fig. 18 - See the schematic on page 31 for more details.

Install the spring (#14033) and wing nut (#13799) on the rod and screw the wing nut up until you feel light tension on the spring. Fig. 18 Tighten the powder measure clamp screws (#14037).

Turns Clockwise
Fig. 19 - Clockwise turns of the powder bar adjustment bolt increase the powder charge while counterclockwise turns decrease the powder charge.

You will notice an adjusting bolt on the front of the powder bar. Counterclockwise reduces the powder charge, clockwise increases the charge. Fig. 19

Fig. 20 - Small powder bar (left), large powder bar (right).

Your machine comes with two powder bars. Fig. 20 One large (#20063)

and one small (#20062). Rule of thumb: Use the large bar whenever possible.

Index a sized and primed case under the measure and operate the machine's handle. Turning the powder bar adjustment bolt clockwise increases the powder charge - counterclockwise turns decreases the powder charge. By trial and error, determine the correct weight of your powder charge by using a powder scale. Fig. 19

When the correct powder charge had been set, cycle several cases through the machine and check the load with a scale.

Primer Magazine

Select the proper size primer pick-up tube and fill it by placing the plastic tip over loose primers and pressing down.

You will notice that the primer magazines and primer pick-up tubes have different colored tips. They have been color coded to help you identify size more easily.

The color code is as follows:

Blue Small Primer Magazine Orifice

Red Large Primer Magazine Orifice

Yellow Small Primer Pick-up Tube

Green Large Primer Pick-up Tube

Fig. 21 - All of the primers must be shiny side up.

The shiny side of the primers should be facing up. This is most easily accomplished by use of a primer flip tray. Fig. 21 This quality cast metal flip tray is available from Dillon Precision and is a better choice than the smaller plastic trays which are difficult to use and have a tendency to warp.

How Install Bullet Primer
Fig. 22 - When installing primers into the primer magazine, be sure the pick-up tube centers itself before pulling the clip.

Once you've filled the pick-up tube, make sure the little retaining clip is in place at the top of the tube. Fig. 22 Pivot the switch lever (#13864) away from the Early Warning System housing and invert the pick-up tube over the primer shield cap (#13957). You will notice the cap has a bevel to help you funnel the primers in. Hold the tube in place as shown in Fig. 22, pull the retaining pin and allow the primers to drop into the magazine. Pivot the switch the lever back over the Early Warning System housing. Gently slide the follower rod down through the switch lever and into the primer magazine tube. When you are nearly out of primers, approximately three remaining, the follower will activate the buzzer.

The Electric Casefeeder

Rifle Bullet Swaging
Fig. 23 - When loading, use only cleaned and inspected cartridge cases.

Use only clean cartridge cases that have been inspected for any potential problems; split cases, rocks or smaller caliber cartridges that may be hidden in larger caliber cartridges. Fig 23 Warning: Be sure that no loaded rounds are mixed with your empty cases. It is possible to feed a blunt nosed cartridge like a .38 Sp. WC into the shellplate upside down and explode it when it is hit by the decap pin.

Fig. 24 - The casefeed bowl will hold approximately 500 pistol cases or 350 rifle cases. Do not overload the casefeed bowl.

Dillon Low Powder Sensor

Fig. 25 - Dillon's Low Powder Sensor gives an audible and visual warning when the powder reservoir gets low.

Fig. 24 - The casefeed bowl will hold approximately 500 pistol cases or 350 rifle cases. Do not overload the casefeed bowl.

Now fill the casefeed bowl with approximately 500 pistol cases or about 350 rifle cases. Fig 24

Your Super 1050 is now charged with components and ready to go, but before you start reloading, read the following explanation of the sequence of the eight reloading stations and the processes that are done at each station.

Review: How the Super 1050 Works

Stations 1 - 8 (counterclockwise) Station 1: Empty cases are automatically inserted into the shellplate via the electric casefeeder.

Station 2: Here the spent cartridge cases are resized and deprimed.

Station 3: This station is totally unique. The case is supported from the inside and slightly expanded (not belled) while simultaneously a swager is driven into the primer pocket to remove any crimp.

Station 4: A new primer is installed at this station. The spring driven primer slide is extremely smooth. The steel shrouded primer magazine is capped with an electronic Early Warning Device to let you know when you're down to approximately three primers.

Fig. 25 - Dillon's Low Powder Sensor gives an audible and visual warning when the powder reservoir gets low.

Station 5: Here the case is belled and powder is dropped by the case-activated powder measure. It is extremely accurate and will not drop powder unless a case is present. Dillon Precision offers an optional accessory to be utilized with the automatic powder measure at this station - Dillon's Low Powder Sensor provides an audible and visual reminder when it's time to refill the powder reservoir.

Station 6: This station is open to allow for case inspection.

Station 7: The bullet is seated to its proper depth at this station.

Station 8: In this station, the bullet is crimped into place. The cartridge is then automatically ejected into a collection bin.

As stated earlier, your dies have been adjusted at the factory. Before you change anything, try it the way it is, once you thoroughly understand the machine's operation, make whatever adjustments to the dies you feel necessary.

Reminder: There may be some variation due to components.

To Begin Reloading

Turn on the switch on the front of the casefeed motor housing. The casefeeder plate should begin to turn. Cases will begin to dispense, base down, into the clear plastic casefeed tube. The motor will continue to run until the tube is full, at which point a micro-switch will temporarily stop the case flow.

From this point the casefeeder will automatically fill the tube as you reload. If the casefeeder does not function properly or the cases do not fall base down, refer to the Trouble Shooting section of this manual.

Station 1 - The casefeed plunger inserts the case into the shellplate.

Pull the operating handle smoothly to the bottom stop, then raise the handle, a case has been fed to Station 1. Cycle the handle again, strive to be smooth in your operation.

Pull the operating handle smoothly to the bottom stop, then raise the handle, a case has been fed to Station 1. Cycle the handle again, strive to be smooth in your operation.

Bullet Swaging Machine
Station 2 - Here, spent cartridge cases are resized and deprimed.

The first case should be indexed to Station 2. Cycle the handle again.

It is not necessary to apply any force on the upstroke of the handle. All you are doing on the upstroke is indexing the shellplate. Remember that priming is done on the down stroke. A slow measured upstroke gives you lots of time to pick up the next bullet and ready it for seating. If you count one second down, and one second up, you'll have a good pace.

ready it for seating. If you count one second down, and one second up, you'll have a good pace.

Seating Bullet Too Deep
Station 3 - Here the case mouth is expanded while a rod supports the case base for swaging.

The first case should now be in Station 3 with a case in Stations 1 & 2 as well. Cycle the handle again. The case is swaged and expanded at Station 3. Observe the swage operating part (#20314*), if the swage is proper, proceed - if not see items 3 and 4 in the Trouble Shooting section of this manual. Cycle the handle again and the case gets primed at Station 4.

If the primer is not seated properly (too high or too deep) you will need to adjust the primer push rod (#12819). Clockwise turns of the primer push rod will cause the primer to be seated deeper while counterclockwise turns will seat the primer higher.

Seating Bullet Too Deep
Station 5 - Here the case mouth is belled and powder dispensed.

The first case in the sequence should now be primed and at Station

5. Remove the locator button (#20637*), extract the round and check the primer. If everything looks okay, replace the case and button and proceed. However, if the primer is not seated properly (too high or too deep) you will need to adjust the primer push rod (#12819). Clockwise turns of the primer push rod will cause the primer to be seated deeper while counterclockwise turns will seat the primer higher.

Cycle the handle again, the automatic powder measure will drop the charge you've selected. Pistol casemouths will be belled at this time. Look through the inspection hole in Station 6 - you should be able to see your powder charge in the case.

Seating Bullet Too Deep
Station 7 - In this station, the bullet is seated to its proper depth.
Bullet Swaging Machine
Station 8 - Here the case is crimped and then ejected out of the shellplate with the next pull of the handle.

Cycle the handle again. Now, with your left hand, place a bullet on the powder-charged case at Station 7 and cycle the handle. Your bullet will be seated to its proper depth, if not, a sim ple height adjustment to the seating stem may be necessary. Refer to a loading manual for proper loaded length (OAL). Cycle the handle again and check for crimp at Station 8. Refer to Trouble Shooting item 8 for adjustments if necessary. Add a bullet, cycle again. Your first loaded round should now be ejected into the collection bin.

If all has gone well to this point you've got it made. Just keep adding bullets, watch your fingers so they don't get caught and don't hurry. Just try to be smooth in your operation. The speed will come naturally and you'll be doing a thousand rounds per hour before you even realize it.

The following are some adjustment suggestions as well as Trouble Shooting hints.

Adjustments

Bullet Reloading Machine

Fig. 26 - Shown is the micro-switch that automatically shuts off when a case is next to it. Also shown is an optional spacer for certain calibers: .380 and 9mm.

Fig. 27 - Make sure the casefeed plate is centered in the bowl with approximately 1/8" all the way around.

Remove the two clutch screws (#13732), lock washer (#13813) and upper clutch (#13632) and the case-feed plate. Place the spacer on the shoulder of the lower clutch and reassemble - see the schematic on page 31 for more details. The casefeed plate should now be approximately 1/8" above the floor of the casefeed bowl. Note: Make sure the casefeed plate is centered in the bowl. Fig. 27

Fig. 26 - Shown is the micro-switch that automatically shuts off when a case is next to it. Also shown is an optional spacer for certain calibers: .380 and 9mm.

Casefeeder

It may be necessary to readjust the micro-switch for different calibers. Cases may become lodged between the micro-switch and the tube wall. The other extreme is the case failing to put enough pressure on the microswitch to shut off the system causing it to continue running and over flowing the tube. Fig. 26

The casefeed spacer (#13703) supplied in the accessory package, is to be used when you are reloading .41 Mag, .44 Mag, .357 Mag, .30 Carbine, or .45 Colt.

Super 1050 Swage
Fig. 28 - Note that there are three different positions for mounting the operating handle.

Handle

The operating handle is adjustable to three different length settings. Choose the one most comfortable for your operation. Loosen the set screw (#13432) then retighten when the handle is in the most comfortable position.

Primer Swage
Fig. 29 - Note the difference between the swaged primer pocket (left) and the unswaged primer pocket (right).

Swager

Swaging on the Super 1050 is a simple process and is necessary on all cartridge cases as a means of uniforming the entrance of the primer pocket. Fig. 29 The swage rod (#20314 large or #20313 - small) is fully adjustable.

Swage Conversion and Adjustment Conversion - Fig. 30

Swage The Primer Pockets
Fig. 30 - See the schematics on page 28 for more details.

Begin by removing the swage cover (#13064). Next remove the hitch pin (#13840) and slide out the clevis pin (#13522). Remove the operating handle. Rotate the swage connecting rod a half turn and remove it. This will allow you access to the swager. Pull the swager down and out of the machine. Fig. 30

Insert the new swager and reassemble.

Swage Adjustments

Use ONLY an unswaged military case for these adjustments.

Swage Adjustments

Use ONLY an unswaged military case for these adjustments.

Super 1050 Swage
Fig. 31 - A cut-a-way view of a .45 ACP with the swage rod and the back-up rod properly adjusted in the swaging position.

With the handle in the down position, screw the swage back-up expander down until it makes contact with the case bottom and holds it in place. Fig. 31

With the handle still in the down position, turn the swage rod up until it makes contact with the case bottom.

Raise the handle half-way and rotate the swage rod a quarter turn. Now, cycle the handle. Inspect the case and when you achieve a completed swage of the primer pocket, tighten the swage lock nut (#14067).

Fig. 32 - Note the difference between the swaged primer pocket (left) and the unswaged primer pocket (right).

A properly swaged pocket will show a rounded edge around the rim. Some military cases (.223 & .308) start out with three small dents around the base of the pocket, once properly swaged, the dents will no longer be visible. Fig. 32

Primer System Change Over Instructions

The Super 1050 has been shipped to you with either the large or small primer system installed. To change the system from large to small or vise versa, follow these instructions:

primer system installed. To change the system from large to small or vise versa, follow these instructions:

Bullet Swaging Machine
Fig. 33 - Note the shape of the key at the base of the primer magazine tip.

Be sure all primers have been removed from the primer system. Then remove the Early Warning System and the knurled cap. Then remove the primer magazine (#22031 - large or #22030 - small) and replace it with the new size magazine. Be sure the key on the tip (#14003 - large or #14024 -small) is in the slot and the magazine is all the way down in place. Fig. 33

Pull the operating handle to its down position.

Super 1050 Toolhead

Remove the casefeed tube (#13761) and place it on your bench. Remove the toolhead. Fig. 36 For more information see the following section -TOOLHEAD REMOVAL.

Fig. 34 - Slide the bracket assembly up and out of the way - retighten the lever arm bracket screw to hold it in place.

Fig. 34 - Slide the bracket assembly up and out of the way - retighten the lever arm bracket screw to hold it in place.

Loosen the lever arm bracket screw (#14037) and slide the bracket assembly up four inches and lock it in place. Fig. 34

Raise the operating handle, remove the two primer feed body screws (#13363) and lift off the primer feed body assembly (#20773).

Raise the operating handle, remove the two primer feed body screws (#13363) and lift off the primer feed body assembly (#20773).

How Works Old Mec Primer Feed Tray
Fig. 35 - After removing the clip and disconnecting the rod, replace the clip in the rod for safe-keeping.

Remove the powder bar return rod (#13960) from the powder measure bellcrank (#17839) by releasing the return rod clip (#13929). Fig. 35

Remove the powder bar return rod (#13960) from the powder measure bellcrank (#17839) by releasing the return rod clip (#13929). Fig. 35

Super 1050 Toolhead
Fig. 36 - To remove the toolhead unscrew the toolhead bolt and remove.

Remove the casefeed tube (#13761) and place it on your bench. Remove the toolhead. Fig. 36 For more information see the following section -TOOLHEAD REMOVAL.

Super 1050 Toolhead

Fig. 37 - The four lock ring screws need only be loosened about four turns to remove the shellplate lock nut.

replace, the primer slide (#20318 - large or #20317 - small). Fig. 39

Toolhead Removal

Fig. 37 - The four lock ring screws need only be loosened about four turns to remove the shellplate lock nut.

Now remove the shellplate lock nut (#13425) by loosening the four locator tab screws (#13895) about four full turns. Fig. 37

Super 1050 Toolhead
Fig. 38 - Loosen the screw and swing the ejector tab out of the way.

Loosen the ejector tab screw (#13896) and swing the ejector tab (#13189) out of the way. Fig. 38 Next, slide the casefeed plunger (#13073*) back and remove the shellplate.

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    Do you need 1050 dillon expander?
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    How to fit springs in bullet bin?
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