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Old 03-19-2014, 07:08 PM
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Old 03-19-2014, 07:40 PM
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Amazing. So, is that better than my $20 Lee Autoprime?

I mean, you press a primer into the pocket until it bottoms out. There's more?? If so, then the "utmost in accuracy" will continue to be elusive. At least for me.
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Old 03-19-2014, 08:21 PM
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Maybe not better, but definitely cooler!
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My perfectly sensitive fingers give me a five finger discount on every primer I seat with my old RCBS hand priming tool. I can buy a lot of primers for $215. The only thing better than using my own digits is getting my wife to prime the cases for me. Fat chance!

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It certainly does have the bells and whistles on it.

Unless you are uniforming your primer pockets, seating primers to the same depth isn't going to improve ignition consistency. If you are uniforming primer pockets then you know how much they can vary within a given lot of brass. And if you are uniforming the pockets, it would be an very expensive tool to have very consistent primer depth.
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Old 03-19-2014, 08:50 PM
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How good can it be, it isn't even "blue."

For the price someone could buy a K&M hand primer for each hand.

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Old 03-19-2014, 09:01 PM
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As with so many other of my "hobby tools", I'll spend the money for this when I can prove I'm down to it being the limiting factor in my perfect execution

You know, like the $5K golf clubs, the $500 bowling ball, the $250 running shoes, the $10K bike, ....

BTW, for $150 plus shipping I'll paint it blue for you
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Old 03-19-2014, 09:06 PM
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How good can it be, it isn't even "blue."

For the price someone could by a K&M hand primer for each hand.

You should buy about a hundred of these and paint them blue, you could sell them for $250+ with that "improvement".

Or I could just pay some neighbor kid $5 an hour to do it on existing tools, he will probably get 75,000 or so primed for me for the cost of this.
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Old 03-19-2014, 09:51 PM
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You should buy about a hundred of these and paint them blue, you could sell them for $250+ with that "improvement".

Or I could just pay some neighbor kid $5 an hour to do it on existing tools, he will probably get 75,000 or so primed for me for the cost of this.
Mine would come with a "No BS Warranty", everyone knows you can't load ammo without that.
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Gee and I thought the Sinclair primer was over kill, this one takes the cake

A quote from the description:

"Increasing consistency when seating primers should result in smaller groups and increased shot confidence."
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Old 03-19-2014, 11:59 PM
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Man, am I getting killed here or what?
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So.....who's in for a group buy??
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I think the owner of this company, Mr. Darrell Holland, needs to partner with someone with the last name of Oates.

Up for sale I have a minty handle for a RCBS Automatic Bench primer. Yours for just 6 easy payments of $20 each. For a limited time only it will come autographed personally by me.

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We have to remember that benchrest competitors will sell there first born for a 0.1" group reduction at 200 yards.

I'll stick with my discontinued Lee press mounted Autoprime II.
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Old 03-20-2014, 07:24 AM
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Same effect as priming off the top of a press except with a primer feed tube. Its definitely accurate and consistent for depth outside of case variation
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Old 03-20-2014, 07:44 AM
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I have that RCBS priming tool. It's fine the way it is. Just used it last night while watching the hockey game. I think this add-on product is a solution to a problem that doesn't exist. It's like those "accuracy wedges" for AR-15s. Hoo Boy!
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I think the owner of this company, Mr. Darrell Holland, needs to partner with someone with the last name of Oates.

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Oohhh, that's bad.
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Million dollar space pen versus a pencil--whatever works best.
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Oohhh, that's bad.
Well at the price, only a "Rich Girl," could afford it.
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Even if the seating depths are uniform unless the primer pockets are uniformed the primer can move forward in the brass 0.001" or more as it fires. I will stick with handheld or press priming, thanks.
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WOW, I mean just WOW
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So.....who's in for a group buy??
You know darn well that you and Maximum Bob are gonna be the first ones on the block to buy one!

You just can't help yourself.

If ut was Blue and not Green Bluejax01 would have bought it already!
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My old 3 hole Lee turret accomplishes the same thing. I've always wondered what I was missing. Now I know.
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Two-hundred and fifteen dollars ????? That sucker better cook dinner and dance with me besides seat primers.
I knew I liked Lee products for a good reason....I can afford them.
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As there are variations in primer pockets, I too would much prefer to uniform the pockets rather than attempt to custom seat each and every primer based upon an individual measurement per shell. I use the Sinclair uniformer in a cordless drill. I haven't had a high primer or crushed primer since.

My personal needs are reliability and minute of torso accuracy. I've learned that a barely detectable high primer can prevent a gun from firing. The Sinclair uniformer solves that.
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You know darn well that you and Maximum Bob are gonna be the first ones on the block to buy one!

You just can't help yourself.

If ut was Blue and not Green Bluejax01 would have bought it already!
Damn betcha!
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Man, am I getting killed here or what?
No way brother your still alive. It's going to be ok.

I use the Lee hand primer tool while watching tv. I run thousands of reloads at a time. Bill

I ran 5k of 308 match grade quality ammo.

This primer installer looks great for making a super high quality match grade ammo where every little thing matters.

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You know darn well that you and Maximum Bob are gonna be the first ones on the block to buy one!

You just can't help yourself.

If it was Blue and not Green Bluejax01 would have bought it already!
nah! after the garage - its a progressive for me, seriously

and novalty - you on a roll

why are bluejax's threads always fun
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Seems to me that this is a solution in search of a problem.
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Thanks for the link. I had an extra Harbor Freight dial indicator laying around and made a gauge based off their idea.
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That is a connoisseur's tool for sure. I would like also.
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