Re: Need a New Priming Tool: Which One to Buy?
Thank you, S1; hell, I didn't know they came one for each, par se`, although it DOES make sense. That's really MY biggest complaint with the RCBS unit; the centralizing of the push rods--they don't line up squarely with the primer's center, and, therefore, unorthadox feeding seems to be the result. I think the results are VERY noticable when shooting light charges of fast burning powders under light bullets, for close-range stuff with minimal noise. I can't prove anything because I don't have the means, but I have had some indications [purposely muffed up some primers in various ways], and the effects, from velocity to target dispersion, are pronounced.