Dies not included. The setup comes with a .45ACP conversion. Changing to anything else with the same casehead is simple; changing to another large primer cartridge is easy, and changing to a small primer caliber is only a minor problem. The press was rebuilt by Dillon a couple of years ago in order to update it to the newest configuration and it has only loaded a thousand or two rounds since. It is in excellent condition and being Dillon, of course, is always under warranty, which is for the machine no matter who owns it. I've got the two major pieces of the strong mount, which I think is all there is, but as I’ve not used it and picked it up second-hand, I cannot be sure. I promise the two legs. I’ve loaded on a 650 for years and for quantity reloading, it is the best machine out there, in my opinion - since the Dillon 1050 doesn’t carry their lifetime warranty, and that’s got to be worth something! It's a lovely machine, but I really don't need two of them.