I’m looking to get one of these this year and trying to decide if the new one will really be better.
I will primarily load 40 S&W on it with maybe some .223. It will eventually get an AmmoBot auto drive. No, I don’t shoot enough yet to really need the 1050 over my 650. However, I want one so I’m going to buy one. Hahaha.
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Since you already have a 650, I’d just wait a bit longer for that 1100.
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By which time I might even be ready for a progressive reloader and be interested in taking that 650 off your hands
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I started with a 650 bought a 1050 last Christmas to load 223 with, the 1050 is at another level but the 650 is a bit more forgiving when there is a hiccup plus the lifetime warranty is a huge plus. from my understanding the 1100 has only a hand full of upgrades.
I don't see any real advantage to the 1100 to make a wait worth while, unless you plan to make it an automated ammo factory.
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