Nice but pricey (deprimer)

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Nice but pricey (deprimer)

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Definitely looks like an innovative mechanism. I would think they could be manufactured for quite a bit less though.
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Re: Nice but pricey (deprimer)

Post by GunnyMack »

The machine work alone is worth 70 bucks. Looks like a nice tool but too much manipulation to drop the primer-case out. And I'm sure your wrist wouldn't be happy after depriming 500 cases while watching Jeremiah Johnson.
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Re: Nice but pricey (deprimer)

Post by marlinman93 »

Looks like a fair price to me, but the Frankford Arsenal depriming tool does it easier for less, and catches primers too.

I use Jerry Cleave's tools myself because his not only remove primers, but also install primers. They're works of art, but not as cheap as either of these other two. Jerry's tool will last longer than the guns they're used for!

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