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Dillon Case Trimmer RT1500 Electric 110 Volt
The New RT1500 Electric Case Trimmer is designed to handle the heaviest trimming jobs, including converting 223 Remington into 300 AAC Blackout. This unit has a one-year warranty.
In order to trim 300 AAC Blackout, you must be aware of the following:
You MUST be using an XL650 machine
You MUST use the RT1500 trimmer
You MUST use the Dillon Short Trim Die Toolhead DP62112
You may use Either the GSI 300 AAC Blackout steel two die set DP12257
The Dillon Carbide 300 AAC Blackout Trim Die DP62140
At this time we do not offer a toolhead that allows trimming 300 AAC Blackout on either the RL550B or the 1050 machines.
Read 5 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars
Best trimmer out there
By Ron K.
on Aug 29, 2023
Have a few of these trimmers. They run 5-6 hours a day, every day. Never had one break on me.
on Nov 01, 2022
I wanted a 8.6 BLK but ammo is all but non existent so roll my own is the way to go. I sized a few by hand and trimmed but cutting off that much brass was very slow, so I finally justified my Dillon trimmer. It makes short work of creating the 8.6 BLK cases. I also picked up the 300 BLK, 308 Win, and 223 Rem dies to make the loading job much faster.
By John B.
on Sep 30, 2022
Rock solid and overbuilt.
Quiet and works great!
By Ronald D.
on Oct 07, 2020
Worked perfectly as does all of Dillon's products.
It's everything you'd expect
By Robert O.
on Mar 30, 2020
Previously I'd used my 650 to resize all the 223/556 rifle brass and then a Sinclair trimmer for my 3 gun activities. Adding the motorized trimmer to the 650 is fantastic, such a massive time savings. The motor itself is super quiet and very low vibration. The cut is clean, but even after using an M die to size the neck, I will still probably given them a light chamfer and deburr prior to loading. Maybe I will find it's not necessary as I plan to dry tumble cases prior to loading to attempt to remove lube. It is a little fiddly to setup as you are setting the sizing/timmer die and the position of the trimmer motor on that die. With everything all connected sometimes tightening and loosening one will effect the other. Just have to be patient and focused.
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