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Old 03-20-2018, 07:42 AM
Oldvetteman Oldvetteman is offline
 
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Once you get it set to the desired trim length it's as simple as this. Of course the trimmed cases will require chamfer and deburring afterwards. A drill press is the cat's weow but even a portable drill works good. Run the press at about 1000 RPM. One of the best parts about these is you can trim primed cases which you can't do with a LEE. You must full length size the cases first. For primed cases just remove the primer punch from the expander bushing before sizing.

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Larry,
After watching your video I ordered a Lee 3-jaw chuck and spindle. My hands are tired of messing with the Lee trimmer shell holders. I didn't know this hardware existed. Thanks!
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Old 03-20-2018, 08:01 AM
HKGuns HKGuns is offline
 
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Giraud is hands down the best trimmer. The best money Iíve spent on reloading gear.
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Old 03-21-2018, 05:36 PM
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I have the Lee Quick Trim. And it will do a good job if you donít use the cutter that also champhers the case neck. I didnít like the ragged edge that was the result of using the champher blades, so I removed them and got a smooth nicely trimmed case mouth also it is adjustable to get the exact length you want for your cases. BUT you still have to hand champher or deburr you cases. I also use the Lee trimmers that the other guys mentioned and they are inexpensive but my hands get very tired using them. I prefer using the quick trim system.
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Old 03-30-2018, 02:33 PM
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Just ran a small batch of 6.5 Creedmoor through the Lyman because it was set up and ready. Normally the Giraud , center rear, is the go to trimmer. I like the fact that the Giraud is fast and does a fabulous job on mouth prep.



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