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I bought a Square Deal in 1986 or thereabouts and have used it for a tone of .38, .357, and .45acp. Christmas Eve I was moving to a new loading bench inside the house, garage is getting to cold. And whether it was temp or move I had my first critical failure. A lifting arm broke. So I whipped out a cell phone snapshot and sent a note to Dillon service asking what they recommend. Got the replacement lifting arms, both of them,
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with the new bronze bushings in today’s mail. No charge, no problem! The press is 35 years old and they still do warranty service on it!
 

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RCBS is like that too.........Not too many left like those two.
 
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Out of allah the reloading companies they are the absolute best when it comes to warranty issues. Been running them for over 40 years now. 3 different presses, using two now and hardly any issues. Lost count at 250,000 rounds loaded on them. I have a single stage RCBS for grins, but the wife and I shoot so much most everything gets loaded on a Dillon!
 
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