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Old 11-30-2012, 07:24 PM   #1
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What all has to be done when trying to reload brass with crimped primers

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What all has to be done when trying to reload brass with crimped primers
Primer pocket reamer. Lyman, RCBS, etc.
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I chuck a case neck chamfering tool in the drill press. Easiest way i've found.

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Both methods above work well. The "sheepsfoot" blade on your pocket knife will work to scrape the crimp out. These methods are for a small number of cases.

If you buy MilSurp cases in thousand lots, invest in a Dillon swaging unit. A bit pricey, but a lifetime investment that your grandchildren will appreciate. If you value your time and labor, it's a bargain in the long run.

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I got the Lyman handheld, pulled it out of the handle, and chucked it in the dewalt.

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The Gracey primer pocket uniformer cuts the crimp as well as uniforms the pocket, each unit is cartridge specific, a little pricey, but great for large volumes of brass.

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I use the RCBS trim mate. Not to expensive and it has 5 stations I decrimp, inside and outside neck chamfer, clean the primer pocket and run a neck brush. Great for large batches of brass.

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I got the Lyman handheld, pulled it out of the handle, and chucked it in the dewalt.
Sounds like a good economical solution.
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