Originally Posted by Gibill
Have some 223 military brass that has crimped pocket.......what is the best tool to lose that crimp for easier priming?
I've had a Dillon Primer Pocket Swage for years, and feel that it is the best product on the market for removing the primer pocket crimps. Mine came with .22 and .30 caliber spuds, and it locates from these and the web inside the case. Consistant results from case to case, primers feed in like commercial cases aftrer the process. It is adjustable to account for minor differences in web thickness' from brass lot to lot variations. For it's indended purpose, I wouldn't trade for anything else.
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