The DAA 550 Mini Case Feeder will greatly improve the efficiency of your Dillon 550 reloading press!
By automatically feeding the cases into the shell plate, this clever accessory allows you to keep your right hand on the handle as you operate the press, and eliminates the need to pick up and orientate each piece of brass manually and feed it into the shell plate. Your reloading will be faster, easier and more enjoyable!
Please be sure to watch the video tutorials on Setup and caliber conversion BEFORE attempting to use your 550 Mini Case Feeder!
Short product intro video: https://youtu.be/ifarAkjJCzA
Full assembly video: https://youtu.be/SADaHzTA_vs
Caliber conversion video: https://youtu.be/tSPERiwX2mQ
Unlock the full potential of your Dillon 550 case feeder with this device, which ships complete and ready to use to load most pistol calibers, as well as .223 and .300BO.
You can switch calibers on the case feeder in under a minute, making this solution perfect for 550 reloaders who often reload many calibers.
Supported calibers include: .380ACP, 9mm, 9x21, 9x23, .38S, .40SW, .45ACP, .38SPL, .357MAG .223, .300BO*
- to use the case feeder with 300BO, you need to modify the Type A case slider adaptor, making it shorter by 1.5-2.0mm. You can do so using a file, Dremmel, or belt sander. After this modification the Type A spacer can still be used without issue for the .357, but it will no longer function with the 38SPL. If you require both 300BO and .38SPL calibers – contact us for a spare Type A spacer.
Your DAA 550 Mini Case Feeder includes the following parts:
One 6 tube magazine assembly (will hold approx..150pcs of 9mm, or 130 of .40 or .38S) Magazine holder assembly Plunger assembly Rail assembly Feed Track assembly 5 feed tubes 3 case slider adaptors Large (Rifle) case feeder
Additional magazine tubes can be purchased separately, and we highly recommend the use of the optional Mini Case Feeder Bowl to greatly speed up the process of filling the tubes.
Note: May not work with all Dillon Roller handles, as some seem to be more angled inwards towards the press.