August 24th, 2013 at 1:54pm
New to reloading and even newer to Dillon. I just finished a run of .44 Magnum rounds and had some primers left over in the magazine. I know I could probably just leave them in there till the next run but I would rather remove them and store them in a proper box. Is there an easy (or easier) way to remove the extra primers?I tried just pulling the magazine tube out and you know what happened there. So now I remove them from the primer cup by actuating the primer slide and grabbing the primers individually with a pair of Locksmith's tweezers (same ones I used to feed the primers with when the primer feed wasn't working for me). Got to be a better way. Any help?
RE: Primer Magazine
August 26th, 2013 at 9:38am
The best way is to unbolt the primer feed housing from the frame, then turn it upside down and pour the primers out.