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June 2017

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                                   JUNE 2017 NEWSLETTER

 

Memorial Day has come and gone but we want to THANK ALL of our military veterans, past and present, for the sacrifices made to uphold the freedoms we enjoy every day. THANK YOU.

 June has always felt like the start of summer and that’s good but this June is going to be a little more special around here. The PGA Championship is going to be held at Erin Hills Golf Course in Erin, Wisconsin. Titan Reloading is located 8.7 miles North of the tournament. If you will be attending this major event we hope you have time to stop in and see us. Take HWY 83 north to HWY 60 and turn left (west) for 3/4 of a mile.

Titan Reloading is very pleased to announce our new distributor status with Dillon Precision Products. We will always be a Master Distributor of Lee Precision reloading equipment. Two months ago we added Redding Reloading Equipment and now we are adding Dillon Precision Products to expand our product offerings. Our well known “Service and Support second to none” will remain the same but it will now extend to new lines of reloading equipment.

Mike Dillon, the founder of Dillon Precision Products, and his wife Carol worked together in Scottsdale, Arizona assembling their early machines in their homes garage. In 1977 Mike started Dillon Precision. Within 10 years Dillon Precision had become the worlds largest ammunition reloading machine company. Mike died in 2016 but Dillon Precision’s future plans are to build upon the foundation of innovation and improvement in their product line.

We are truly enjoying all the friends we have made through Titan Reloading and look forward to many more. Feel free to contact us. When possible, please email us rather than call. Due to our limited phone system and staff we are able to respond to your questions quicker via email. Please include your full name or order ID number with any order inquiries. Service and Support is our top priority. As always, you will find many answers to questions in the “FAQ” and “Help Videos” areas of our website www.titanreloading.com . Check us out on Google + and Facebook .

Dennis / Titan Reloading

 

FEATURED PRODUCT:

DILLON PRESSES

     

These top of the line Dillon presses combine strength,
power and convenience to produce the finest and most
accurate hand loaded ammunition possible.

INSIGHT OF THE MONTH:

Pro 1000 Index Problem

If the Pro-1000 doesn’t index correctly there are three common problems. The first correction to try is resetting the zero adjust screw. This is behind a semi-circular cutout along the bottom edge of the shell plate carrier. Always turn the zero adjust screw clockwise to adjust. Turn until you hear the ball bearing drop into the detent of the shell plate. Once that point is achieved, turn the screw 1/2 to 3/4 further . This ensures that the shell plate stops by the ratchet under the carrier instead of the ball bearing snapping into place. If you go too far, keep turning until the next slot in the shell plate advances around to the correct position.

If the zero adjustment will not correct the problem, the next step is to replace the hex ratchet. This is the small white plastic gear located inside the shell plate carrier. The shell plate carrier must be removed to install it (there should have been two extras included with the press). You can easily see how the old one comes out in order to determine how the new one goes on.

If replacing the hex ratchet does not solve the problem, replace the drive bolt. This is the short steel bolt that holds the shell plate to the shell plate carrier and that the “actuator” rod goes through and up through the middle of the press. Replacements are available for $5 from the Lee factory. If none of these measures corrects the problem, or if you feel uncomfortable doing it yourself, return the press to the factory for repairs.

Lee’s address is:
Lee Precision Inc,
4275 Hwy. U
Hartford, WI 53027

Please include a note describing the problem with your return.

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