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Monday 02 November, 2009
Super machine +++++++++ works like a clock. Rapid delivery to Sweden 5 working days from order to delivery. Best regards. Peter Jansson
Rating: (5 of 5 Stars!)
Sunday 04 October, 2009
Well, first of all I saw this bulletfeeder on YouTube. I’ve been looking for something like this for years to install on my Dillon Xl 650. I started searching and came across some other feeders like the one from GSI. When you’ve seen this one you know you’ve seen it before. But that was in a...
Rating: (4 of 5 Stars!)

Mr. Bulletfeeder by Double-Alpha - Pistol and Rifle Calibers

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Manufacturers: Double-Alpha Academy

Description:

Please note:

The current design of the new XL750 does not allow the bullet dropper to be positioned in station #4 of the toolhead because of the angle at which the powder Dispenser bar extends directly towards it. This means the bullet dropper MUST be positioned immediately after the powder dropper, in station #3. That makes it impossible to use a Powder-Check AND a bullet dropper at the same time.

We will attempt to come up with a solution to allow the powder dropper to be rotated to another angle to resolve this issue, but at the moment, be aware of this issue.

DAA has been the proud European distributor of Mr. Bullet Feeder since 2006.  It makes one wonder how they ever reloaded without one...  Those who reload a lot, quickly appreciate the efficiency and reliability of this ingenious Patented system.

However, Mr. Bullet Feeder was always been a little “rough” in its appearance and finish.  It was made from existing materials and parts, and as such never had the sleek professional look and feel of a refined “production” article.  Additionally since the bullet feeders have always been hand made, in moderate quantities, production costs have been high, resulting in demand, which always exceeded availability.

Now, all this has changed! DAA proudly introduced the DAA Mr. Bullet Feeder in 2012.  DAA and Rak Systems teamed up in retooling and redesigning the Mr. Bullet Feeder, with fantastic results.  The  Mr. Bullet Feeder by DAA, manufactured by Double-Alpha Academy under license by Rak Systems, is a professional, hi-tech version of the original.  It is lighter in weight and more compact than the previous models.  This new streamlined product is easier to install and set up, while retaining the same flawless performance and efficiency of the original design.

In fact, an entirely new US Patent Pending dropper system allows this new model to function even better and longer than before. The new dropper design eliminates the need for any spring or small plastic parts in the dropper head, and allows it to function entirely by gravity and an ingenious geometric design.

Finally to top it all off - DAA offers the DAA Mr. Bullet Feeder at a far more affordable price!

If you have never tried a bullet feeder on your progressive reloader – don’t wait any longer!  It will cut the time and effort involved in reloading practically in half!  A must-have item for any serious shooter.

The new Mr. Bullet Feederby DAA is available in 9/38, 40SW/10 mm, .45, and in rifle calibers .223, .308, and 6.5x55mm. (See rifle calibers under other listing).

Click here for user instructions for this and other products.

Reviews (62)

Monday 02 November, 2009
Super machine +++++++++ works like a clock. Rapid delivery to Sweden 5 working days from order to delivery. Best regards. Peter Jansson
Sunday 04 October, 2009
Well, first of all I saw this bulletfeeder on YouTube. I’ve been looking for something like this for years to install on my Dillon Xl 650. I started searching and came across some other feeders like the one from GSI. When you’ve seen this one you know you’ve seen it before. But that was in a Spielberg movie, “Close Encounters Of The Third Kind” or something like it… So not what I was looking for and besides this is not why I bought a Dillon press. It needed to be flexible and affordable. So I stumbled on the Mr. Bulletfeeder. When I received the shipment I could not help the feeling that I just had financed a high school science project. It looked like it could work, sure! but it was not there yet with the looks. The sewage pipes didn’t help that thought at all. Was this a more advanced prototype of a toilet or what? But when I started to install the collator it seemed like they’ve thought things through. To my surprise they also made some nice improvements in comparison to the versions you see on YT. I made myself a bracket, which should have been included in the first place, and got rid of the sewage pipes. Mounted the collator on it and was ready to roll. And it is true the science project works. IT’S ALIVE!!! The only problem I see is that sometimes the bullet is not seated straight up. I’m hoping a Redding Competition seating die is going to correct this problem. Things to consider next time: When these guys supply a 220V adapter for Europe they should include some adapters to plug it into our European wall sockets! I also hope that there will be a spare parts list available soon.
Setup

Q: Is it necessary to use the powder funnel/expander that came with the system?

We recommend installing the new powder funnel/expander (for handgun calibers) on your press. It has been machined with a modified profile...

Video Tutorials

Meet Saul Kirsch of Double-Alpha Academy and Rick Koskela, the original inventor of the Mr. Bulletfeeder by Double-Alpha. The two will introduce the new system to you, and show you how to set up you bullet feeder.

 

Saul...

Adjustment

Q: When mounting the collator, what is the best angle to use?

For the majority of bullet types, a collator plate angle of 45 degrees will provide excellent results. When the surface of the plate is set to and angle of 45...

Rifle Caliber

Rifle 6.5x55mm video tutorials







 

 

223/5.56 Setup Information

Collator
The bullet collator...

Troubleshooting

Q: I installed my Bulletfeeder 7 months ago and have been very pleased with it. The last time I used it was about three weeks ago and when I turned it on just now nothing happened. No motor noise at all. I checked all the fittings and...

General questions

Q: I would like to use a mr bullet feeder for 9mm and 223 on my Dillon 650. Do I need to buy two separate units (one for pistol and one for rifle) or can I use one unit and a conversion kit?

All you need is a Mr.BF...

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