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Var­i­ous de­vices have been de­signed to seat primers in car­tridge cases. Long ago, the mak­ers of presses in­cor­po­rated a mov­able arm that could hold a primer at the up­per end. Swing­ing the arm to a po­si­tion un­der the case and draw­ing the case down­ward in­serts the primer. This op­er­a­tion was slow and did not al­ways pro­vide a good “feel” to the process. Tools were de­vel­oped that in­volved seat­ing the primer by a squeez­ing mo­tion that moved the primer up­ward. A later devel­op­ment had a saucer at­tached that held numer­ous primers so that a sin­gle primer did not need to be in­serted each time.

Now comes a prim­ing tool from Lee Pre­ci­sion that can be mounted on a bench or a spe­cial Lee Bench Plate Sys­tem. The primer feed al­lows one primer to move from the reser­voir to a po­si­tion un­der the case, and by slight pres­sure, the seat­ing ram forces the primer into po­si­tion. This might well be the most con­ve­nient tool for putting primers in cases.

MSRP: $36.98 www.LeePre­ci­sion.com


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