Mr.BulletFeeder by DAA Die Assembly Only

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Scott ***
Sunday 06 November, 2022
I have many Hornady Lock and Load AP presses why I am still trying to figure out and of course I was of the thought if you want a bullet die use Hornady. Well I am here to say I decide to try a MBF die and it turned my reloading world upside down. I went from getting a bullet to no bullet in the...
Rating: (5 of 5 Stars!)
Michael ***
Monday 03 October, 2022
I have (and used) the Hornady bullet feeders, and they will work after you de bur and polish all the parts. but the MUCH simpler Mr. Bulletfeeder is head and shoulders above the other brand, when it comes to reliably feeding bullets. simple to set, simple to use. If properly set it won't drop a...
Rating: (5 of 5 Stars!)
Eugene ***
Thursday 01 September, 2022
Always a great product; I would recommend to all reloaders.
Rating: (5 of 5 Stars!)
Mal ***
Wednesday 03 August, 2022
As advertised. Nice to have a second die for changeout from 9 mm to 38 sc.
Rating: (5 of 5 Stars!)
Douglas ***
Friday 15 July, 2022
Excellent Product only manufacturer that makes for 223
Rating: (5 of 5 Stars!)
Raymond ***
Sunday 03 July, 2022
Good stuff. I have one of these on each of my three XL750's, plus one on each of my change over stations. I need one more for loading .44 magnum. Everything I have purchased from DAA is great. Highly recommended.
Rating: (5 of 5 Stars!)


The Mr.BulletFeeder die assembly is the “clever” part of the Dropper, the  part that allows only one bullet to drop while retaining the rest of the stack.

Made of Anodized Aluminum, this assembly  is caliber specific and includes a threaded die body, an inner aluminum dropper tube, a nut, clip and 3 steel balls.

This assembly is the same item used for both the Mr.Bulletfeeder and the Mini Mr.Bulletfeeder by DAA.

These Die assemblies are sold separately, to enable you to set up a 2nd tool head, leaving the die correctly adjusted on each. If similar calibers are in use, such as 9mm on one toolhead and 38 on a 2nd, you can transfer the upper part of the dropper from one to the other, leaving only the die on the dedicated tool head, permanently adjusted. This will save you buying a complete new dropper for the 2nd caliber, and also mitigate the need to detach the wiring and the feed spring from the top of the dropper assembly as you switch over calibers..

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