The Dillon XL650 Reloader uses a variety of parts to configure the machine to reload specific caliber cartridges. Dillon packages sets of parts into Kits that contain all the parts needed to configure the machine to reload a specific caliber. As a Kit, these sets of parts are given a Kit part number. However, all the component parts in the Kit still have their own Dillon part numbers.
Since Dillon sells both Complete Conversion Kits, and the loose Parts that make up the Kits, you may own a combination of Kits and loose Parts that when combined, would let you reload many more calibers than you thought possible.
With this query, you can ask the program "What calibers can I load" using just the Caliber Conversion Kits and Loose Parts that I currently own?
For example; If you opened up the database and marked the following three Kits as owned:
Then you Right-Click the Complete Conversion button and select What can I load?
You'll notice that five calibers are shown in the main display list, not just the three that you marked as owned above.
The .22-250 and .224 Wby Mag calibers are also displayed. This is because these two calibers can be loaded using a combination of parts from the other three Kits you marked as being owned.
With this information, if you then wanted to load 224 Wby Mag caliber, you could query the program to tell you what parts you need to do this. To perform this query, select the .224 Wby Mag caliber from the list, then click on the View menu option What do I need?
See the What do I need topic for more information.