Please help!! - Those who have a RCBS pro2000


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mellow
December 27, 2002, 12:56 AM
All I need to do now is set the primer stop and powder measure. I ran into a big wall!!!!!

I'm trying to get the primer depth just right, I'm almost flush when I realize the return spring ( the one wraped around the spent primer tube) is preventing the shellplate from going any lower thus preventing a deeper primer seat, regardless of how much I shorten the primer stop.

I was considering cutting a coil of the return spring, so i got out my heavy duty wire cutters. Not a scratch on the return spring, just a dent in my wire cutters!! :mad:

I was also considering taking out the return spring all together.

Has anyone else ran into this problem?? What did you do about it??

I'm loading .45acp btw. Thanks all

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mellow
December 27, 2002, 02:54 AM
nevermind, I took a dremel to it. :p

Nero Steptoe
December 30, 2002, 04:16 PM
You can also use a quarter (or other item of desired thickness) as a shim where the primer punch engages the press frame.

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