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Old 10-08-2012, 06:48 PM   #11
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gangdog,

thanks for the tip using the zip trimmer chuck...i wonder if lee would sell it separately.

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They will even custom make one for you if you have an odd ball rifle that they don't have a listing for. I had them make one for my .225 Winchester. It only took a couple of weeks. It did cost a little extra though.
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gangdog,

thanks for the tip using the zip trimmer chuck...i wonder if lee would sell it separately.
Yes they will. Part # 90608
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gangdog...

thanks for the reply and the part no...it's going on order today.

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It definitely makes it easier and faster.

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My vote goes to Dillon. The most efficient trimmer system ever !

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Has any one ever had a 9x19 or .45ACP case that required trimming?

YES, when I am converting 9X19 to 9X18mm!
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My vote goes to Dillon. The most efficient trimmer system ever !

And probably the most expensive of all others!

I mean what did you pay for it? I spend a couple few bucks on a Lee set.
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