Re: Deburring Machine!?!?
I appreciate your input and I know where you are coming from but that is not the point here. I load 2 to 3000 cases per week, mostly 204s and 223s, they are used mainly by prairie dog shooters. The bullets of choice or either ballistic tips or V-max. The rifles they are used in are mainly Cooper and Kimbers, the accuracy is on the level of 1/2" and less. This is more than adequate for dog bustin, NOT benchrest level but fine for the intended purpose. I am aware the Wilson tool can be used by hand which I did for many years but I never was loading the amount of cartridges that I am now!!
Wanting to get a few more years service out of my fingers, "HA" this auto chamfer/deburr tool has been a lifesaver. I too agree a more shallow angle is better and when I shoot benchrest I use a VLD inside chamfer tool, compliments of Sinclair International. This would be wayyyyyyyyyyy to slow for the volumn of ammo I have to load and I have met the accuracy requirements of my shooters. Take care and thanks again for your input. Respectfully,