Lyman Makes Automated Reloading Affordable with Dillon Autodrives from Mark 7

The Dillion 650/750 Pro and Dillion RL 1050/Super 1050 Pro come with a tablet and sensors to upgrade your reloading program.

Lyman Products Dillon Autodrive

Middletown, Conn. ( – Lyman Products showcased Mark 7® Reloading autodrives at their booth at the 2020 SHOT Show, held Jan. 21 – 24, 2020, at the Sands Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.

These two autodrives are designed to work with Dillon presses, incorporating the latest digital technologies to increase efficiency, performance, and accuracy while increasing the round rate per hour.

Lyman Products Dillon 650/750 Pro Autodrive

The Dillon 650/750 Pro automates the and 650/750 series of progressive presses (Dillon machine is not included) and allows users an impressive cycle rate of 900 to 1800 rounds/hour*. It is compatible with Mr. Bulletfeeder and is upgradeable with Mark 7’s patented sensors. The autodrive comes pre-assembled and ready to bolt to the Dillon press. All Mark 7 autodrives include a 10” high-resolution tablet and heavy-duty tablet holder. All the features are monitored by the tablet and software downloads are available free for life.

The Dillon 650/750 Pro has a lot of features packed into its small footprint. Key features include a digital clutch,  which is adjustable on the fly from 0 to 20 with allows the user to dial in the power of their autodrive depending on their reloading situation and calibler. The autodrive also features a digital jog, an immediate stop function and a digital primer depth setting, taking the guessing out of the process.

Mark 7 autodrives feature high-torque motors and are built using CNC construction. The Dillon 650/750 Pro Autodrive also includes the Mark 7 Optical Decapping Sensor, a $200 value . Optional Sensors are available and include a remote stop, bullet sense and a digital powder check. The Dillon 650/750 Pro is available online or through your favorite dealer for an affordable $1,994.95 plus shipping.

Lyman Products 1050 Pro Autodrive

The Dillon 1050 Pro Autodrive automates the popular Super 1050 press. Capable of speeds up to 3,500 rounds per hour*, it gives users a lot of versatiltity. The unit comes pre-assembled and ready to add to the press. All Mark 7 autodrives come with an HD tablet and free software updates for the life of the machine. It allows for plug and play operation with your unmodified Super 1050 or RL1050 press. The Dillon 1050 Pro has selectable speeds of up to 3,500 rounds per hour and a maintenance-free belt drive and 1.5HP high torque motor. It comes with TorqueSense and JamSense sensors and fully supports additional sensors and accessories. Optional accessories include a wired remote stop, SwageSense, DecapSense, BulletSense, and a digital powder check. Available for $1,994.95 plus shipping.

Both Lyman Product’s Mark 7 Dillon autodrives are fully warranted and ready to change your reloading expectations and experience!

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*Press Speed depends on caliber and reloading situation.

About Lyman® Products:

Lyman Products has continued to be a leader in developing innovative products for reloaders and shooters for over 140 years. Lyman’s reloading kits, presses and dies have provided reloaders with all the high-quality equipment they need to start reloading. Mark 7, Pachmayr, TacStar, Trius Traps, A-Zoom Precision Snap Caps, Butch’s Gun Care and Targdots are all under the Lyman brand. For more information please visit us at Connect with Lyman Products on Facebook at and follow us on Instagram @LymanProducts.

About Mark 7 Reloading®:

Mark 7® was founded on innovation. As creators of the most recent class of automated reloading presses and drives, Mark 7 is committed to making the ammunition loading process safer, easier, more accurate, and more affordable. Mark 7 is proud to be the official reloading press of the United States Practical Shooting Association (USPSA).

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Ryben Flynn

Get one of those and the Dillon Press and you’ll have to get a FFL05 to manufacture ammunition. /sarc
I’ll stick with my one at a time Lee single stage press. I don’t need thousands of rounds per hour, mainly because I couldn’t afford to feed that beast, or even afford to own it.
I think this would be a good deal for competition shooters who go through thousands of rounds a month and want custom loads. Not like their sponsors don’t give them free ammo anyway.


For the total cost of that set up and the cost of the components to do the loading, and the time to load it all, I can buy 15,000(+) rounds of ammo — no thanks!


The last thing competitive shooters want, are mass produced cartridges. The steps I go through, in producing, just one reloadable case, are steps that could never be reproduced, by a progressive press. Have I missed something, or do I see $1,994.95 twice, to complete this setup? Doing the math, I come up with a total of 8,000 loaded, retail cartridges The same amount, of loaded cartridges, I could purchase, from my distributers, for this price. Now if I were to buy primers, powder, bullets and cases, for the same amount, I would end up with, over 10,000 precision loaded cartridges,… Read more »