Until now reusing military brass with its crimped primer pockets has been a tedious task. The Dillon solution is a remarkably simple device that bolts to your bench and allows you to swage the primer pockets with speed and ease.
The case is supported from the inside so you won't be tearing the rims off the brass. A tool steel hardened swage rod (easy to change from large to small primers) simply rolls the crimp away. No reaming is necessary.
The unique compound cam leverage system assures not only ease of operation but perfect alignment with each and every round. Sound simple? It is and it works. What's more it's inexpensive. The Super Swage 600 comes with large and small swage rods .22 and .30 caliber backup rods and a 45ACP adapter.
Works perfect! It came in the mail yesterday. 10 to 15 minutes to set up. I've done 150 - 7.62 X 51 NATO very quickly. They primed great afterwords; not too hard to set primers and not to easy to set primers. Perfect!
This thing rocks! Sorry rcbs....the dillon works so good. You do need to follow the directions to set it up but after that you can easily do 300 per hour. I full length size/decap then right to the SS (I have my single stage press and the SS mounted about a foot apart to the reloading bench) then right in the bucket ready to trim.
I had collected quite a bit of once fired 30 cal ammo. Most had crimped primers. I mounted it to a 1x6 board I could clamp to my reloading bench. Once I got going it made quick work of about 300 cases.