muddy wrote:If you are crimping your cases then a uniform case length is the way to go. I only crimp rounds meant for the AR's but I trim everything. I found that I can run all my cases through my RCBS case trimmer chucked up to a drill faster then measuring each case and sorting which ones need trimmed then trimming the long ones. The only case length I measure are the ones that don't get anything trimmed off them in the case trimmer to see how short they are. I do use the RCBS three way cutter head in my trimmer so the cases get trimmed along with inside and outside deburred all at once.
XSlevinn wrote:Tell me more about this. So you just put a trimming device on your drill and it's set to put every case to a certain length? You don't need to measure? So in theory I could set the trimmer to 1.750 and put all my brass through it and it will trim them all to 1.750 no matter the difference in length before I trim them?
XSlevinn wrote:I may have to get one of these. If it's that easy to where I can just set a length and forget it and just trim all cases real quick, I would definitely do that. I heard of the World's Finest Trimmer and was considering that but it sounds like these tools you guys are talking about might be just as good?
MarshallDodge wrote:Not trying to rain on your parade but the last time I reloaded on a Lee Loadmaster I found them to be very finicky. I would have steered you toward a Lee Turret, Hornady LNL, or Dillon 550 and you may want to do more research before taking the Loadmaster out of the box.
XSlevinn wrote:For that Lee trimmer that you linked, Manithree, are you required to remove the old primer before you can use that trimmer setup?
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