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Old 03-13-2018, 02:05 PM
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Originally Posted by Bayou View Post
I was using a Forster hand crank trimmer. However, lately, I've been using the Lee hand held cutter with the case chucked in a drill with a 3-jaw chuck. Very inexpensive set up and trims pretty quickly, in my experience...
Try putting the cutter in the chuck. You won't have to keep turning the motor off and on. If your cutter is too large purchase one of the ball grip cutters which has a smaller diameter cutter. Just remove the cutter from the ball and chuck it in the drill press.
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