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Old 09-18-2009, 09:59 PM
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RCBS power Trim PRO

Anyone out there using the power trim pro? What you opinion on it? Does it trim consistently and save you any time or shoulder ache?

I must have got a bad batch of rem brass cause it's coming apart on the fifth firing in a 270 win. My last batch of Winchester went 14. I'm not looking forward to new brass prep.
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Old 09-19-2009, 11:39 AM
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Re: RCBS power Trim PRO

This is the only tool I have use for trimmimg and turning. It works great for me.

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Re: RCBS power Trim PRO

MR- do you mean the trim pro or was there supposed to be a link?
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Re: RCBS power Trim PRO

That's what I use it works well, and is pretty fast.
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Re: RCBS power Trim PRO

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MR- do you mean the trim pro or was there supposed to be a link?
I mean the the Trim Pro - It's a little bulky but it works very well. Then neck turner is a little spendy, but it gets them turned real quick and easy. and trimming is real easy.
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Re: RCBS power Trim PRO

Thanks Guys. I just wanted to make sure it worked good before I dropped the dead presidents for it. I have a Lyman hand trimmer, but I'm lookin to get it done a little faster and w/o a sore shoulder and forearm.
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Re: RCBS power Trim PRO

I use a trim pro and have added a cordless drill to make it powered.
The great thing about the RCBS is the available 3-way cutter head which cuts to length, and bevels the inside and deburrs the outside of the mouth
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