How do you catch the spent primers when using a Hornady LnL? I looked for the answer and could not find it so I figured I would start a new thread and ask. I used up all my new and already de-capped brass so tonight was the first time I used my Hornady LnL to de-prime and size at the same time. I am hoping someone has a solution or suggestion how to catch those little things which went flinging all over the place. My LnL is on an UltraMount, and I do not have the mount bolted to the table, I use a C-Clamp to hold it in place so that I can slide it out of the way when I need the bench for working on something else. Accordingly, I did not drill a hole or install that plastic tube that came with the press. I have a 2" thick maple top on my bench, I really do not want to drill a hole through it, plus as I already stated, I clamp it down, if I drill a hole I would have to either make it oversize or get my press lined up with the hole every time I want to reload with it . . . ergo, I need a better solution. My Forrester Co-Ax has a perfect solution, a small jar (about baby food sized) that is on the end of the discharge tube and rises and falls with the stroke. The LnL does not appear to have sufficient clearance to use the same jar. Has anyone tried a similar solution with the LnL and the hole in the jar lid drilled off-center? Did it work? I thought I would ask before I spend time and effort finding a small jar like that. (No babies in the house and I figure I need plastic, not glass anyway.) I am thinking of trying a pill bottle, if I can find one without a "tamper proof lid" My second thought is to put that plastic tube over the brass discharge tube (can that brass tube be removed? Is it threaded on the top?) and cut the plastic tube lengthwise basically turning it into a chute or slide and try to "redirect" the spent primers into something. Anyway, the question is directed at those with the Hornady LnL AP presses. Has anyone found a solution for catching spent primers coming out of that brass tube that does NOT involve cutting or drilling a hole in my bench? Assuming no reasonable solution is available: How many of you de-cap your brass BEFORE you tumble or clean it? I use a sonic (wet) cleaner, so part of me thinks that is the best solution anyway. And for those of you who do de-cap before cleaning your brass, do you use a press or hand device? Suggestions on best way?