Wednesday 14 July, 2021
Indispensable quand on recharge avec des quick-change et pouvoir faire plusieurs type de rechargement dans un même calibre...
Friday 18 June, 2021
Purchased the 9mm feeder die, only, for my Hornady AP press. Worked up an adapter, to use my existing feeder tubes. Worked as advertised, better than expected. No problem loading load/powder coat bullets.
It's the way to go.
Monday 17 May, 2021
I bought this item because the Hornady version did not work reliably. Not Hornady’s fault as they clearly state that their bullet dropper is for FMJ bullets. I use Xtreme 45 cal 230 gr RN plated. DAA uses a completely different method vs Hornady or RCBS in that it uses three ball bearings rather than a friction collet. It reliably drops all types of bullets except flat nose, I think. Works great and their service department is excellent and very responsive.
Thursday 06 May, 2021
I spent 4 hours last night trying to get a new hornady bullet feed die to work. 230 coated round nose. It would feed once sometimes twice then jam up in the first collet. Polishing, resizing the collet, even heat treating the collet to turn into spring steel. Nothing worked. I stopped by Titan Reloading and picked up the Mr Bullet feeder die only based on reviews. Got home, put a 2in section of heater hose on top, slid in my hornady tube and it fed 100 bullets in 10 minutes. Never missed a beat. Customer for life now, thanks for your product.
Sunday 02 May, 2021
I bought this to set up the Bullet Feeder on another turret head so that I would not have to disassemble the setup moving it from one tool head to the other. The Bullet Feeder is just one great product that does what it is supposed to do with no headaches or issues.
John Auditore S***r
Tuesday 06 April, 2021
Due to primer shortage have not used! The fit and finish look good. All metal parts should last longer than RCBS' plastic "fingers"!
Thursday 01 April, 2021
9mm Product works perfectly! Communication with company and representatives on dies and usage increased my confidence in the company and group as a whole. Already planning to purchase more dies for 45acp and 38spl loading. Thanks DAA!
Monday 22 March, 2021
Best bullet feeder out there. Works with anything you throw at it. Jacketed or cast. It just does not matter. I do not believe you can find a bullet this thing will not feed. It just works. About the only way to stop this feeder would be to feed the wrong caliber through it.
Sunday 14 March, 2021
I purchased this bullet feed die because I was having problems with my Hornady die. This thing works perfectly when setup correctly. When I need another bullet feed die it will be a Mr. Bullet Feeder die.
Robert S m i***h
Saturday 06 March, 2021
Tuesday 02 March, 2021
The "DAA Die Assembly" (in 9mm) is well made and works flawlessly on my XL750. I will picking up the 40 S&W and 45 ACP versions soon.
Monday 22 February, 2021
I have always been an RCBS and Hornady machine user, just what I started with and have gotten comfortable. As such I didn't often venture too far from RCBS, LEE, Hornady or Redding for my dies and accessories. After spending $200 on failed bullet feeders from RCBS and Hornady I stumbled on Mr Bullet in a Dillon thread and boy am I glad that I did. I now have all four or my progressive presses setup running Mr Bullet and it NEVER fails. The worst that will happen is a double drop and a simply raise of the die will resolve this for good. This can happen if you set with just a few bullets and then run a complete tube in production mode. The design is so simple but so very effective. A spring is a good add and helps it return each time. I use a 2" long x 1/8" diameter fairly week spring connected at both ends on the retainer clip stretched downward onto a short machine screw threaded into the side of an RCBS lock nut threaded onto the die above the original that locks to the die plate. Super simple, clean and does the job. Mr Bullet has an add-on that is dual spring and probably better as it would apply even pressure on the inner die tube. I especially love how I can easily switch over calibers and run the same bullet drop die especially with the 9mm, 380, 38s and 357 mag. The dies are very reasonably priced so having one for everything you do is not a problem. And you don't need a bullet tube array for everything you do just move it around as needed if you run multiple setups as I do. 100% support for Mr BulletFeeder. What a great product.
Tuesday 16 February, 2021
I'm placing them on my Dillon tool heads and using the feeding tubes for the bullets. One for 38 super comp. One for standard 38 super. Two for 9mm. One for 40 s&w.
Saturday 13 February, 2021
It just works every time regardless of bullet type. Lead, jacketed, or powder coated this die works flawlessly every load every time.
Wednesday 10 February, 2021
Purchased the 9mm/38S, the .40SW and the .45 have only had the opportunity to use the 9mm/38S model so far. Each size is identical with the exception of the inside tube's ID it seems to me. Once installed and adjusted properly, the 9mm performed flawlessly. Am very satisfied with this MBF product. DAA's rapid restocking and shipping was excellent as well.
Monday 01 February, 2021
Haven't used the bullet feeders before , so I bought the feeder die to try and it works better than I expected. Was easy to set up and just sets a single bullet on the case .
Thursday 28 January, 2021
Loaded a lot of rounds in 9mm , 40cal, 10mm and 45. Excellent tool.
Thursday 14 January, 2021
I added this to my Dillon RL1100 and it works great. It's much easier for me to drop the bullets into the top of the die then set each one on the case. The die will hold three or four bullets (9 mm) so it does speed things up. I just ordered the mini feeder to go with the die.
Monday 04 January, 2021
It was easy to install and set up. It runs smoothly without any problem.
Tuesday 29 December, 2020
By far the most reliable, trouble-free bullet feeding die I have used. I struggled regularly with the Hornady bullet feeding die, so was prepared to do battle with DAA's die to get it to work. I had problems initially, but then actually took a couple of minutes to read the instructions. Once I followed the simple set-up process, the die began working without issue.
The one caveat I would offer - the die is made of aluminum, so be gentle with it. It is certainly robust enough to do its job, but do be careful installing it (as you should with all dies, really).