Dillon RF 100 Automatic Primer Filler (Small, 220V)

Dillon RF 100 Automatic Primer Filler (Small, 220V)

Dillon RF 100 Automatic Primer Filler (Large, 220V)

The Dillon RF 100 Automatic Primer Filler (Large, 220V) is an electrically powered machine to sort and transfer a hundred large primers from their packaging box into a "tansfer tube", for subsequent transfer into the primer magazine of your favourite Dillon progressive reloading machine.
R 7,900.00
1 In Stock
SKU
DLN-97112

The RF 100 eliminates the need to manually fill primer pick-up tubes. Carefully pour the primers from their box into the top of the RF 100, press the blue button and watch it run! Yes, it's fun to watch but you could also load about 30 rounds while the RF 100 does its work. Within two minutes the RF 100 sorts the primers right way up and fills the "tramsfer tube" with a hundred primers; a timer shuts the machine off after about 2 minutes. All the electrical & electronic components of Dillon equipment are covered by a one-year warranty from date of purchase. This unit has a 1-year warranty.

More Information
Primer Size Large Pistol
Manufacturer Part Number 97112
Brand Dillon Precision
Shipping Weight (Kg) 11.5
SKU DLN-97112

2-minute timer Manual on-off button This unit is for large primers (handgun or rifle) A conversion kit to also load small primers is available (#17903). For the user's safety, the "transfer tube" is contained in a protective metal housing (red, for large primers).

220V Capacity: 100 primers Rate: about 50 primers per minute

The RF 100 comes in a big white box:

  • RF 100 machine
  • One "transfer tube" in a protective metal housing (red, for large primers)
  • B stabiliser plate (#17295)
  • 1/8Ó Short Arm Allen Wrench (#13728)
  • R-clip (#14040)
  • Spare nylon washer
  • Instructions

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