Loaded Round Counter
Loaded Round Counter
LRC on Dillon RL 550B PressLRC on Dillon XL 650 Press
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The Loaded Round Counter™ does just what its name suggests ... It counts the number of cartridges that have been loaded on your press.

The Loaded Round Counter™ senses cartridges at the crimp die.† Only completed cartridges are counted ... not just press cycles. Therefore, culling out defective cartridges part way through the reloading cycle will not effect the count.

Counts Only Successfully Completed Rounds
Sensor is Easily Moved from Toolhead to Toolhead
No Cartridge Specific Adjustments Needed
Easy To Read LCD Display
Battery Operated - No AC Near Gun Powder!

Fits On The Following Presses:
Dillon RL 550, XL 650, XL 750, RL 1050, Super 1050 and RL 1100 presses. ‡
Certain other Progressive Presses including RCBS Pro Chucker 5, Pro Chucker 7 and Hornady Lock-N-Load AP … that have a primer
feed system on which to mount the LCD Display Module.
The Loaded Round Counter will also fit onTurret and Single Stage presses that have a Tubular Primer Feed System on which to mount
the Counter Module … including the Redding Big Boss II and T-7 Turret Presses when equipped with the Auto Primer Feeding System.
On other presses, you will need to figure out a place to mount the LCD Display Module.

NEW! - Totalizer Accessory:Totalizer
Our new "Totalizer" is wired in parallel with your original Loaded Round Counter display. Since both counters are triggered by the same sensor on the crimp die, it will not count total press cycles … but the count will be close enough for the purpose of monitoring maintenance intervals. Once installed, the display can be zeroed and then the button locked to prevent accidentally zeroing the count.
NOTE: The Totalizer must be used in connection with the Loaded Round Counter.

Feedback From Beta Testers

"As silly as it sounds, the bullet counter has become a must have. I use it to count match rounds. I weigh every 10th round. It makes it easy. I am also keeping a running total to see if I really load 30,000 + rounds a year. I really like this gizmo!!!"
— Cris McPhail (aka Lacey D'Oyly - SASS #89955)

"I was part of the testing of the new Loaded Round Counter from UniqueTek. This is a very versatile device that is very easy to install and operate. It does not require any screws or modifications to the press and takes seconds to install. You have a choice of pistol or rifle sensor pins which go in the crimping die. Connect the wires between the sensor and the counter, mount the counter on the primer tube and you are ready to go. There is sufficient wire to offer plenty of flexibility in locations too. There is no AC adapter or batteries to install so all that is needed is to push the reset button to begin the count. During my testing, the count was very accurate so I quickly was able to determine how large of a reloading batch I wanted to do. A definite win for the reloader!"
— Pete Carstensen (Mesa, AZ)

† The LRC Sensor Module mounts on top of most 7/8″-14 Crimp Dies that are open on top; including crimp dies from Dillon Precision. Redding Reloading and others.
‡ Will not work on Dillon Square Deal B press because the position of the powder measure interferes with the LRC Sensor Module.
Will not work with any combined Seat/Crimp Die because the seat stem is in the way. However, a Seat/Crimp Die can be used if the Seat Stem is removed and the die used only for crimping.
Will not work with LEE Carbide Factory Crimp Die because the crimp adjustment stem is in the way. (Instructions for a modification to make it work are available. See link below.)
Will not work on Redding Reloading Micro-Adjustable Taper Crimp Dies because this die is much longer than a standard Crimp Die. Parts to upgrade the LRC to work with this die will be available in the future. Please call.

LRC Installation
Modifying LEE
Factory Crimp Die
Loaded Round Counter and the LRC logo are a trademarks of UniqueTek, Inc.
Engineered in the USA by UniqueTek, Inc.

LCD Display .26-inch high numbers
Maximum Count 9,999,999
Counter Module Size 1.9" W x 0.9" H x 2" D
Power 3V Lithium Battery (10 Yr Lifetime)
Count Reset Button Lockable
Calibers .22 cal. to .50 cal.

Customer Reviews

Average rating from 5 reviews: 5.0 Showing: 3 of 5 Show All
Makes Tracking Sessions EasyThanks for bringing this [Totalizer] out!! I’m looking forward to being able to track my sessions easily! I’ve purchased a lot of products from you folks over the years and always have been more than satisfied with your communication, shipping and product quality! Written by Bob L. on Tue 20 Apr 2021 6:31:30 PM GMT
You need one!I've owned a Loaded Round Counter on my RL550 for over a year now. I'm going to buy an additional one for my 1050. It has become a necessary tool while reloading. To have the ability to know exactly how many rounds you loaded, how many primers are left in the tube by doing simple math, etc. is invaluable. Plus during a long loading session, I find it a motivator to knock out that last 100 rounds. Great addition to your press! Written by Robert S. on Wed 1 Apr 2020 4:42:58 PM GMT
Perfect Addition.I got this to keep track of how many rounds I produce each session, since we all know how the time flies and before you know it, you've got a couple hundred rounds when all you really wanted was fifty. It was the only one I could find that counted on the crimping step and counted reliably; I didn't want to just count how many strokes my reloading machine made, I wanted actual rounds in the bin. My 9mm rounds are shorter than most because I have a tight chamber on my competition gun, and the long rod would not go up enough to count consistently (about 1/16th of an inch too short). I screwed in a short (1/2") #6-32 cap screw to make up the difference, before I found out from Lee that the rods will screw apart and I could have used part of the smaller rod to add on to the long rod. Lee said that this info will be in the revised instruction manual. I find this indispensable because I can keep a log of how many rounds I make in a session and monitor the performance of those reloads. Written by Sonny Ftr on Mon 9 Dec 2019 10:10:32 PM GMT
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