I've tried searching for answers to this question but couldn’t find any so please bear with me if it's been asked and answered in the past. I’ve been priming on press for fifteen years without any major issues to speak of. Recently though I had a batch of .308 where a few primers failed to detonate because I hadn’t seated them deeply enough on my T-7. That got me to thinking about hand priming but I have a major issue with my hands. I’m 70 years old and have arthritis and swelling in my fingers to the extent that often times in the morning I can’t bend my fingers to the palm until I’ve been up and exercised them for awhile. Even when I regain the flexibility I don’t have much strength in my fingers and hands. It appears to me that the FA Platinum Primer Seating Tool offers more mechanical advantage than some of the other hand primers and I like the way it operates and the adjustability that it offers. Some of the high end tools might work better but price is a definite limiting factor for me. For those of you that have used it or are currently using it, do you think it might be too difficult for someone with compromised hand strength to use? Thank you for your responses.