This is going to make case prep MUCH easier!

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This is going to make case prep MUCH easier!

Postby Et2ss » 04 May 2019 15

My new toy, the Frankford Arsenal Case Trim & Prep Centre

Quick vid of processing 5,56 military brass. Trimming, chamfering & crimp removal

Watch on youtube.com


The set up for trim length is pretty quick, and straight forward.

I had just finished up about 100 pieces of brass, then figured I'd take the quick video, and share it with you guys
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Re: This is going to make case prep MUCH easier!

Postby daboone » 04 May 2019 19

I bet it is! These new case prep center are a true up grade to the older methods. I still prefer the Lee case length gauges for trimming. Having all the gizmos all one one small foot print motor driven units not only saves space but is if easier on the fingers and faster! My 6 year old RCBS unit is still chugging along and allows the use of the case length gauges.
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Re: This is going to make case prep MUCH easier!

Postby Ranch Dog » 05 May 2019 06

Looks good. I'm using the Lyman with Lee Case Trimmers.
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Re: This is going to make case prep MUCH easier!

Postby Et2ss » 05 May 2019 21

Do the Lee trimmers just thread right in?
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Re: This is going to make case prep MUCH easier!

Postby Ranch Dog » 06 May 2019 05

Et2ss wrote:Do the Lee trimmers just thread right in?

Here you go: viewtopic.php?f=28&t=1123

Here is another good topic for small adjustments to the length of the Lee Trimmers: viewtopic.php?f=28&t=1053
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Re: This is going to make case prep MUCH easier!

Postby Et2ss » 06 May 2019 13

Excellent, thanks
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