I have trimmed what seems like tens of thousands of 223 cases now with my Wilson Timmer, and as hard as it is to admit, I'm just now getting to the point where I want to incorporate a drill or some sort of motorized assistance to rotate the trimmer head for me. Anything really...there has to be someone out there training for the zombie apocalypse that has a rodent running on a wheel hooked up to some gearing and wizardry that gets the job done. Pictures of your set-up are welcomed...Thanks fellas.
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Yeah, the little crank handle gets "tedious" when you are talking about trimming large quantities of brass. I bought the Sinclair power adaptor and hooked my cordless drill to it. Works great.
May 29, 2011, 09:20 PM
Thanks guys. Forgive my ignorance....I see two separate units there that both have a quick-release attachment(05-4650, and WSA). It appears as though I need the 'power adapter' but I'm unsure after looking at the 'screw driver adapter'. Are both the 'screwdriver adapter' and 'power adapter' made to thread in place of the crank handle? What's the diff?
May 29, 2011, 09:30 PM
I have the Wilson Screwdriver Adapter found on this page: