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So I've decided to bite the bullet and upgrade the handle on my XL-650. That dang ball handle is cutting it anymore. I reload standing up and my press is on a Strong Mount.

Which one would be more comfortable, hand and shoulder wise?

Thanks.
-TVz
 
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I have Dillons' plastic handle on my 650. I have loaded close to 300,000 rounds and I don't have a problem with it. Clean it every now and then and it is fine.




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I have the Dillon Aluminum Roller. I have pulled it thousands of times and have no issues. It fits, it works and it is backed by Dillon.

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I have Dillons' plastic handle on my 650. I have loaded close to 300,000 rounds and I don't have a problem with it. Clean it every now and then and it is fine.


The press moves freely and doesn't require a lot of force when raising the ram to the top or bottom. That's not the problem. The ball handle just wears into the center of my palm. No matter how I position my hand on it, that damn ball falls into the center. No getting away from it and that makes a sore spot. After a case of pistol my grip will be sore for several days.

Trying to get away from that.
-TVz
 
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I have Dillons' plastic handle on my 650. I have loaded close to 300,000 rounds and I don't have a problem with it. Clean it every now and then and it is fine.


The press moves freely and doesn't require a lot of force when raising the ram to the top or bottom. That's not the problem. The ball handle just wears into the center of my palm. No matter how I position my hand on it, that damn ball falls into the center. No getting away from it and that makes a sore spot. After a case of pistol my grip will be sore for several days.

Trying to get away from that.
-TVz

I should have said I have the plastic roller style handle. I also clean and lube the machine on a regular basis.




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I should have said I have the plastic roller style handle. I also clean and lube the machine on a regular basis.


After looking at online videos last night I ordered the Inline handle. We'll see in a week.

For a few minutes I considered getting one of these to replace the stock plastic ball. Might do it if the new one disappoints. Not sure how I would fit it though. It would be pretty cool.

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Thanks guys.
-TVz
 
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I have the Inline Fabrication handle on my Lee classic cast. It's very high quality. I would definitely buy it again.
 
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