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RCBS carbide cutters

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by zeke, Jan 2, 2012.

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  1. zeke

    zeke Member

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    After buying the inside/outside chamferers for the case prep center and the replacement cutterheads for the case trimmers, got to try them out. While expensive, definitley worth it for my purposes.

    The chamferers (or whatever they are called) were alot easier than the standard steel version. Replaced a cutter head on the power trimmer with carbide, and it works quicker and easier to tell when the brass is to length.
     
  2. Peter M. Eick

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    I assume you are talking about the 3 way carbide cutters for the power trim? If so I agree they are great. I have them in all of my rifle calibers and trim and chamfer every time I reload now. Why not? It is just so easy to do.
     
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    Agreed. There's nothing like carbide for cutting brass.
     
  4. zeke

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    Pete-yep was attempting to refer to the 3-way carbide cutter heads, regular carbide cutter head and the inside and outside case mouth chamfering cutters. Their are now carbide replacement for all 4.
     
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