Debur tool?

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by ultralightbackpacker, Oct 12, 2016.

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  1. ultralightbackpacker

    ultralightbackpacker Member

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    I have several debur tools. Wilson, Lyman and Lee and an RCBS.

    I never really thought about it, but just used whatever one I could find in the garage first.

    The 22 degree.

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    Compared with the old standard 45 degree

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    Anybody ever seen a difference? I'm not just talking lyman, its just the first images that google produced, its the 22 degree angle vs 45 degree angle concept.

    Anyone have any thoughts? I'm not a precision shooter, If I can get iron sights on a 4" group at 100 yards, I'm happy as a pig...... However, what if I was a precision shooter, would the angle matter?

    Thoughts?
     
  2. rg1

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    I really like the VLD inside neck deburr tool. The sharper angle does a much better job of removing the raised burr left by the case trimmer. Case trimmers roll up this sharp edge from the trimming cutter and the standard 45* tool just will not remove all the rolled over edge. The VLD tool will clean up this inside burr and I don't have burrs scratching and shaving copper from the bullet while seating. I understand it's benefits using match bullets but I use it for all inside neck deburring.
     
  3. GarySTL

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    Have you considered the RCBS three way cutter? It trims, inside chamfers and outside chamfers all at once. I've got one for 6.5mm and one for 308 and I love it.
     
  4. Sunray

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    The 22 degree angle vs 45 degree angle concept is irrelevant. You want to spend $44.95 or $21.50(which is bad enough) to do the same thing?
    The Lee(wasn't from Lee when I bought it) style tool for $4.99 does exactly the same job.
     
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