Crsuribe
Crsuribe
1 post
Joined February 2016

Mrbulletfeeder on 650 issues?

1- wonder why Dillon doesn't have a bullet feeder. I bet it would work better than the aftermarket ones...

2- The Mr.Bulletfeeder keeps getting stuck due to 1 or 2 kernels of pwder thatll leave the case mouth and get pushed up into the cavity that the bullets feed out of, jamming them due to very close tolerances...

Has anyone had this issue? Is there a known solution? I don't want to modify it and void warranty so I'm having it exchanged for a new one, but I feel like the extremely close tolerances are the cause so it's likely to happen again...
divejj
divejj
137 posts
Joined December 2012

RE: Mrbulletfeeder on 650 issues?

I have a Mr Bullet feeder and use it on many calibers, 9mm, 380, 357 sig, 40, 45, and 223. I love it and have not experienced any issues with the dropper mechanism and powder getting in there. I exclusively use their funnels, (sold all the Dillon ones on ebay) and the only issue I get is an occasional upside down bullet coming down, typically with the smaller ones like 100 grain 380. Your problem could be with the bullets being slightly larger than spec. I use mostly Rainier ballistics plated bullets and they are very consistent. I also spent the money and have a toolhead set up in all the calibers. This required many droppers in the 9 mm size, but once adjusted, I don't need to change anything.
incoldblood
incoldblood
9 posts
Joined March 2016

RE: Mrbulletfeeder on 650 issues?

i made by myself 9mm bullet feeder and i use mr bullet feeder dropper assembly kit with mr.bullet feeder die. Remember you can't use lead and tc bullet, you have to use FMJ, RN cover bullet.