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I just broke my Lee priming tool so now i need to purchase another tool. The Lee tool worked pretty well for over two years so i may just buy another, unless someone can talk me into a better product. I use the Lee tool for Small rifle primers only, as i like using my press for Large rifle primers. I dont have the tooling for small rifle primers for my press or i would use it as well for small primers. Anyway i kinda wondered what you fellas like to use to primer your cases with? Thanks Lee
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The RCBS fits my hand well and gives good feedback.
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Actually i have one of those but the guy that sold it to me didnt mention it needed the priming stem. I suppose i could order one. Thanks Lee
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I use a Lee for prairie dog stuff. They will start to wear to the point they won't seat a primer all the way. Bad ju ju.
They still beat using your press though.....
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Check out the K&M priming tool, very nice.
I also have the Sinclair tool. Both very good, but I think the K&M is a better bang for buck.
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I just looked at the K&M tool. Looks nice. Is seating the primer like this that important. I guess i never gave it that much though. Please explain. Thanks Lee
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Check out Chuckhunters recent break-in session with a faulty priming tool.........see Reloading forum thread "Something to keep an eye on".
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Originally Posted by
skeetlee I just looked at the K&M tool. Looks nice. Is seating the primer like this that important. I guess i never gave it that much though. Please explain. Thanks Lee
+2 for K&M.
you can use your old shell holders from your lee primer as well