The new Dillon XL750 is a high-speed progressive reloading machine designed to load common rifle and handgun cartridges.
Just to clarify, the XL750 is the blue thing in the picture above, not the red curtains nor the lady in black.
As an owner of a Dillon XL650, I am very tempted to sell my system and upgrade to the new XL750, or the Dillon Super 1050 while I’m at it.
If you buy it, either as an upgrade or a first user, I highly recommend the electric case feeder.
XL750 ReloaderThe Dillon XL750 is a high-speed progressive reloading machine designed to load the common rifle and handgun cartridges, from 17 Hornet though the common belted magnum cartridges in rifle, and 32 ACP through 500 S&W in handgun. Machine height from the bench is 32″ without the optional electric case feeder, 38 1/2″ with the electric casefeeder installed.
The basic XL 750 includes the following:
1 powder measure with standard large and small powder bars (small bar installed). The small bar throws from 2.1 to 15 grains of powder. The large bar throws from 15 to 55 grains of extruded powder or up to 60 grains of ball/spherical type powder.
- 1 primer system with large and small priming parts (appropriate size installed).
- 1 large and one small primer pick-up tube.
- Low Primer Alarm
- 1 loaded cartridge bin
- 1 toolhead
- 1 powder die
- 1 caliber conversion kit – installed
- 1 set of standard Allen wrenches
To change calibers, you will need:
- A Die set for the new caliber.
- A Caliber Conversion Kit.
- If you have the optional electric casefeeder you may need a different casefeed plate. Please refer to the caliber conversion chart in the Instruction Manual.
- If you are using the Mr. Bulletfeeder you made need a caliber conversion.
If you want to leave your dies preset, you’ll need:
YouTube: The Dillon XL750 presented by Jade Struck and Chrysti Ane from Taran Tactical
As mentioned, I own a Dillon XL650, and it seems many with me, so if you have to ask here is the reply:
Differences beween the XL750 and the XL650Many current and potential customers are asking about the differences between Dillon’s XL650 and the new XL750.The XL750 has a simplified linear priming system. It only requires the removal of two nuts to detach and change sizes on the primer feed system. Like the XL650, the 750 deprimes in station 1 and primes in station 2, minimizing any chance that spent primer residue could interfere with priming.The shellplate indexing mechanism has been completely redesigned, so the shellplate turns more smoothly, decreasing cases wobble. The index pawl has been relocated on the ring indexer and the spring direction reversed. This makes it more difficult to accidently break the ring indexer. The index block now has a roller, which also smoothes out indexing.Additionally, the index block incorporates a spring-loaded overtravel stop, which significantly increases the life of springs on the machine.All caliber conversion kits, toolheads and most parts interchange freely between the XL750 and the XL650. Parts that are unique to the XL650 will remain in full production.
It seems Dillon have a few ready to ship out.
Do you remember the Dillon Super 1050 “Camper Edition”?
What do you think? Are you going to upgrade to the new XL750 or not?