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    Posted: 13 February 2016 at 13:14
None of that applies to primer pocket swaging.

I have an old C&H hammer type, and RCBS press operated
swaggers.

Both take too much effort to get them off the die. What is the best
easiest, fastest way to accomplish this miserable task.i don't care what
it costs. My time is worth more than messing around with the ancient
tools I have now.


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D.D.;

Go to the Dillon website: dillonprecision dot com. I
think what you may be looking for is the super-swager 600.

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I had heard that it is better than the bench mounted RCBS but still
needs quite a bit of adjustment between different brands or lots of
brass?

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DD;

I do not have one, so don't have any experience with it. I
do have Dillon equipment though & have always found it to
be well thought out and very well made. I suspect that
outside of fully automated commercial reloading equipment,
this may be your best option.

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If you find something that works good let me know.

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I'm a COB and just use Lyman VLD chamferer, mounted in powered case prep center, to cut out the crimp, it adds couple seconds, to case prep time.
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I have the Lyman primer pocket uniformer tool(s). I can feel them
cutting if used without the swager but it is not enough to seat a new
primer. The chamfer tool I have isn't as pointy as a VLD and mines too
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The primer pocket uniformer tool, won't cut out the crimp, the primer pocket reamer, is extremely slow to cut crimp. The VLD chamferer's tip bottoms out in small primer pocket, same time as crimp, is just removed. I use vld on powered prep center, the handle is nice for pocket uniformers ect.
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Decided to go with this one. Drilled two holes in the bench and I was up
and running in about five more minutes. Works much better than the
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does it punch out a clean pocket rim, in one step?
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DD;

Any reason, besides the under $20.00 price difference, for
choosing the RCBS over the Dillon? Just wondering.

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I was very close to getting the Dillon. I just happened to come across
the RCBS on sale and with a rebate. It ended up being closer to $45
cheaper. The RCBS has a horizontal swing and the Dillon is vertical.
Probably better leverage with the Dillon? I watched some auto case
eject mods people have made on YouTube for the Dillon that won't
work on the RCBS. Both have life time warranty..

I could work with either.

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"does it punch out a clean pocket rim, in one step?"

You lower the lever on the left that controls the rod that holds the case.

Slide a case on the rod.

Raise the lever.

Move the big lever on the right that has the swager button on it through
its arc and back.

Lower the lever on the left.

Remove the newly swaged case and repeat.

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