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Dillon RT1500 Electric Case Trimmer, Optional Motor Only


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Dillon RT1500 Electric Case Trimmer

The RT1500 Electric Case Trimmer is designed to handle the heaviest trimming jobs, including converting 223 Remington into 300 AAC Blackout. The RT1500 makes short work out of trimming large quantities of brass.
The RT 1500 trim die is used just like a standard size die. The big difference is that while you are pushing the case into the die to size it, a 1/4 horsepower electric motor driving a carbide cutter is trimming the case to length. Chips are drawn off through a vacuum manifold that clamps to the outside of the special size/trim die. (Vacuum cleaner and hose not included.) Outside diameter of manifold is 1.250" where the vacuum hose connects.
The RT1500 is equipped with a quick-disconnect power cord; and it can be used on any standard reloader, single stage or progressive. See below for caliber exceptions.

Available only in 110 volt /60 Hz.
NOTE: Toolhead and Size/trim dies are sold separately. Case lube must be used to size and trim brass.

Replacement Carbide Cutting Blades, stock#13141

All the electrical/electronic components of Dillon equipment are covered by a one-year warranty from date of purchase.

In order to trim 300 AAC Blackout or 6.8 SPC, you must be aware of the following:

  • You must use the RT1500 trimmer
  • You must use the Dillon XL650 Short Trim Die Toolhead #62112 or 1050 Short Trim Die Toolhead #62219 or RL550 Short Trim Die Toolhead #62231
  • To convert .223 Remington/5.56mm into 300 AAC Blackout, you must use the Dillon Carbide 300 AAC Blackout Trim Die #62140

RT1500 Motor only: For users wanting to upgrade their RT1200B. This does not include the power cord, carbide cutter, or exhaust manifold.

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