Since I am not a high volume reloader, I had bought a cost effective Hornady case trimmer. I basically use it for 38 Spec, 357 Mag and 300 BLK, so trimming with the hand crank was not a big deal. But now that I am loading .223 Rem, I decided to use it with a power screwdriver. However, I just could not bring myself to spend $20 for their power adapter (P/N 050145). So I went to Lowes and spent $3.50 on a 3/8-24 stainless steel nut and oversized 3/8” washer. The washer gives me an edge to easily grasp and pull back the cutter. To go really cheap and if you already have them in your tool box, just use a 9/16” socket and a 1/4 hex shank to 1/4 socket adapter. However, I found a cheap 9/16” nut driver with 1/4" hex shank for only $5.50 on Amazon. So you can install an alternate power adapter for $4 - $10 and it works just fine. And a cheap Black & Decker power screwdriver costs just under $30, is low speed and rechargeable. Using the power screwdriver makes trimming a bunch of brass much easier.