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RCBS Universal Hand Priming Tool 32 ACP to 45-70 Govt
Features a universal shellholder system that will accept cases from 32 ACP to 45-70 Government. Simply install the appropriate size screw-in primer plug, fill the primer tray, insert it into the tool and you are off and priming. The ergonomic grip is comfortable to use by right or left handed users. The primer seating safety gate isolates the primer being inserted from the primer supply in the tray.
Read 4 Reviews - Average Rating: 4.5 stars
Nice but needs a minor tweak
By Brian B.
on Oct 05, 2020
Recently purchased when the plastic shell holder assembly on my original 25 year old RCBS split. I like the new design and not having to change the shell holder for most of the cartridges I reload. My only critique is when putting the primer tray cover on, the snug fit in the center hole seems to cause a few primers to flip in the tray. A simple and very minor sizing adjustment of the center primer tray hole would resolve this. Otherwise a great tool.
By Rick M.
on Aug 31, 2020
I like the new shell holder setup and ease of use. So far the only problem I have is that the primer holder is difficult to snap together without a few of the primers flipping over. Other than that I love it.
By Chris D.
on Feb 19, 2016
I was a huge Lee fan, until I tried this. I sold my Lee primer tools, and bought two of the RCBS to replace them. I keep one set up for small primers, and the other for large primers. The RCBS tool is fast, accurate, and you don't have to mess with shell holders. I think the RCBS tool has the best ergonomics too.
The best tool you can get
By Ryan J.
on Nov 17, 2013
I have used the lee auto prime for years, but recent changes to "improve it" made me have to look at other options (the New and improved Lee tool is terrible). I decided to quit screwing around and buy this. The only thing I can say as that this thing is as good as it gets. The only thing I can ding it on is that Switching from small to large primers is kind of a chore, but for the man who knows how to operate more tools then a Visa card, it aint that big of a deal.
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