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Greg110
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Gentlemen,
I'm looking for a cost effective case trimmer. Don't have a lot of work to do here. What are your thoughts please? I've tried the cheapy way (Lee) and all the cases are already too short. I just want to make all cases the same length for now.
chadjamesr
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http://www.possumhollowproducts.com/kwick-case-trimmers.html

Try one of these. They are reasonable priced and work well.
ronemus
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You can stone tip of the pilot of the Lee tool to trim to a shorter length - cheap and effective. I've done that with new brass in my low-volume calibers.
Greg110
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Two great ideas. Thanks, gentlemen, for the input.
sam3030
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chad..hey thank you for the link...it is the best trimmer i have found to do cases quick. I bought the power adapter so i could do them even quicker. works great!!
ThunderDownUnder
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The Wilson case trimmer is my favorite and Sinclair have some very nice accessories for it as well.
http://www.sinclairintl.com/product/5494/Case-Trimmers
btm_54
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Originally Posted by Greg110
Gentlemen,
I'm looking for a cost effective case trimmer. Don't have a lot of work to do here. What are your thoughts please? I've tried the cheapy way (Lee) and all the cases are already too short. I just want to make all cases the same length for now.

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