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The process of trim­ming cases re­sults in a raised wire edge on both the in­side and out­side of the case mouth as brass is dis­placed. This raised ma­te­rial must be re­moved in or­der to al­low a bul­let to be in­serted eas­ily and so the out­side of the case mouth has a smooth edge. Sim­ple hand tools are avail­able, but if one pro­cesses a large batch of cases, the hands get cramped and numbed. The Hor­nady Case Prep Duo is es­sen­tially a cord­less/rechar­gable drill that fea­tures a dual head: One cut­ting tool cham­fers the out­side of the case neck; the other de­burrs the in­side. The Case Prep Duo can also ac­com­mo­date case neck brushes and primer pocket clean­ers. It has a grip that swivels 180 de­grees. The straight con­fig­u­ra­tion works in con­junc­tion with the in­te­grated rub­ber feet for bench­top use; in the bent con­fig­u­ra­tion, it works like a hand­held power tool. The spin­dle head can be re­moved so the tool can be used as a power screw­driver.

MSRP: $65 www.Hor­nady.com

Photo: Hor­nady

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