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Case Trimmer

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Ktulu, Sep 2, 2004.

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  1. Ktulu

    Ktulu Member

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    A while back my dad bought some dies and components so a buddy of his could handload some rifle cartridges for him. My dad recently got the stuff back and now he wants me to load his stuff on my press. I told him we need a case trimmer. He said buy one and he'll pay for it. So I need a case trimmer. I want to get something good but I don't want to give my dad a heart attack when he sees the bill.

    What's the best case trimmer I can get at a reasonable cost?
     
  2. petrel800

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    I have been using the Lee System with the locking stud that turns your electric drill into a case trimmer. Pretty cheep and has worked pretty well so far.
     
  3. swifter

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    Sinclair Tnternational has the Possum Creek Quick Trimmer, similar to the Lee, but made of real metal, works really well for me.:D

    Tom
     
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    RCBS - somebody has to say it. I've had one for 30 years or so and it's still ticking...er.. trimming. I've even rigged it up to a 1/3 horse motor. Kind of overkill, but it works. Regards, Woody
     
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