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Dillon 600 Super Swage
Dillon’s Super Swage 600 mounts to your bench and allows you to swage the primer pockets of military brass with speed and ease. The case is supported from the inside so you won’t be tearing the rims off the brass. A tool steel, hardened swage rod (easy to change from large to small primers) simply rolls the crimp away. No reaming is necessary. Includes both large and small swage rods.
Read 7 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars
Dillon 600 super swage
By David W.
on Sep 18, 2018
Incredible piece of equipment! Robust in design! Should give years of use!
By William N.
on Aug 06, 2018
The Swager is well made and easy to set up. I absolutely love this thing made case prep so much easier and faster. No longer checking range brass before picking up. This thing is fast enough to run all brass through it, .223 and .308. Well worth the money, buy Dillon don’t waste money on junk.
By Scott G.
on Feb 19, 2017
This was my first experience with Grafs and I am extremely happy with the service I received. As for the Dillon 600 Super Swage, it works perfectly. In doing my research about the product, some people complained. Like other reviewers here, I think it's because they didn't take the time to adjust it correctly per the instructions. If you follow the instructions, it works perfectly. It's so effortless that I wasn't sure it was working right. Any concerns I had went away when all the swaged brass took primers perfectly! I would also like to say that the quality of the Dillon is top-notch. I have not owned Dillon before, but I'm extremely impressed. Would buy again in a minute.
By Michael O.
on Apr 10, 2016
I bought this originally to use on 5.56 brass, and I've had great success with it on thousands of cases. I recently expanded to use it on some .308 cases and then while going through some range brass 9mm, I came across some that had been crimped. I decided to purchase the additional piece necessary for swaging 9mm and had them taken care of in no time also. I was leery of changing the tool around once I had it adjusted so well for 5.56, but after I decided to go ahead, I realized it only takes a few minutes to change and adjust it for a different caliber, and easily adjusts back to the original. While it is kinda pricey for just one tool, I do feel that it is worth it simply for the ease and speed of swaging large volumes of cases. I'd definitely recommend it to anyone considering buying it.
My hands can't go fast enough
By Bruce R.
on Nov 30, 2015
This was my first purchase here at Graf's and the service was exemplary, I'm not used to being taken care of so well.
This tool was a splurge for me. I am so thrilled that it far surpassed my expectations! It is no longer a chore to take care of those primer pockets. So fast and easy that my hands will have to pick up the pace ;)
No more cramped fingers or blisters drilling out those crimps whoo-hoo bucket o brass, here I come!
Wow what a great tool
By Tim C.
on Mar 30, 2014
I spent weeks looking at different tools for working the primer pockets of once fired military brass. I finally settled on the Dillon 600 Super Swage and boy, am I glad I did.
Spending a little time to adjust the case holder I was able to get the primer pockets exactly how I like them (just slightly snug). The rest was easy, 500 once fired military 7.62x51 cases were ready for a new primer in about one hour. You can’t ask for a better made tool for prepping military brass primer pockets.
I highly recommend the Dillon Swage if you are working with military brass.
An excellent tool
By Gregory J.
on Nov 20, 2013
I just got this 2 days ago. I have used it to swage out the crimp on about 200 cases of 223/5.56 brass. This tool works very well. In fact it works PERFECTLY. Some people on other sites have complained but I think they have not adjusted it properly. You want to adjust it so it swages just enough and not too much with a complete throw of the lever. It will feel very light at the end of the throw like you really didn't do much of anything. This is because the tool has A LOT of mechanical advantage with the lever and cam arrangement.
Do this by starting out with a very light swage and trying to set a primer. If it doesn't slide right in then adjust it in just a little bit, 1/8 turn at a time and try again until it is just right. Tighten down the lock nut and go!
I like to feel my primers go in with a little resistance and a firm seat. That way I know they are no going to fall out.
This tool is worth every penny it costs. It is MUCH faster to use than those ones that mount in a press and built to last a lifetime.
I would recommend it to a friend and would buy it all over again.
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