Recently started loading for 300blk and my 12$ lee set up with pilots and chucks wasn’t going to make feeding an AR pleasurable. My first thought was Giraud, yes it is a sweet rig but at 500$, plus 38$ for each additional cartridge isn’t an easy pill to swallow. So I looked at their drill powered trimmers along with little crow gun works worlds finest trimmer, 100$/cartridge didn’t settle well either. After hours of searching YouTube and online reviews I decided on 2 separate tools for less than half the cost of the Giraud. First is the Hornady case prep trio, options are endless with 3 rotating 8-32 stations. Read a few 1 star reviews about gears stripping but decided to take a chance since Hornady has been so good to me in the past. The second I heard a slight change of tone (200ish rounds), I pulled the front cover, gears looked fine, no shavings, but I still packed the whole thing full of wheel bearing grease and it has been butter smooth ever since. This also is a qualified purchase for 100 free bullets through Hornady’s get loaded program. Next up is the Lyman case trim express This is a home run for Lyman, if you hand load bottle neck cartridges, BUY ONE! I can’t describe how happy I am with it. I should’ve bought one the day I bought my 30-06 dies that got me into reloading. The dial is actually pretty dang close with the .001” increments. I haven’t seen anything past +/-.001 but that could be me varying pressure. These are the bushings that’s included standard for no extra cost. Here’s how they go in. Spring keeps the case off the cutter until you’re ready to cut. Also shows the removable shield that prevents shavings from going everywhere. clip I made showing volume and operation. Averaging 12 seconds a case through all 3 steps when not holding a camera. If this was Burger King and I could have it my way I’d switch the on/offs. Hornady should be variable and Lyman should be all or nothing. Overall I’m ecstatic about these 2 products.