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What are you guys using to trim your brass?

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Unread 12-28-2012, 12:56 PM
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Re: What are you guys using to trim your brass?

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I'm using the RCBS trim PRO and I don't find it gives consistent trim length? What are you guys using?
tried a lot of case trimmers till I got my hands on a Wilson. Nothing cuts as square and as consistent
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    Re: What are you guys using to trim your brass?

    I have a couple different trimmers. The Lee trimmer is the only one that isn't covered in dust
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    Re: What are you guys using to trim your brass?

    Another vote for the Wilson. It's very simple and works great, very consistent.
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    Re: What are you guys using to trim your brass?

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    Another vote for the Wilson. It's very simple and works great, very consistent.
    But its so dang slow. My little crow is accurate every single time and is square as your inserting it into machined guide for your caliber specific. Not kidding 50 cases under 10 minutes .
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    Re: What are you guys using to trim your brass?

    I use an ancient rcbs with no problems at all. Have a hornady also but never even tested it, Come to think of it I should.
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    Re: What are you guys using to trim your brass?

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    I use an ancient rcbs with no problems at all. Have a hornady also but never even tested it, Come to think of it I should.
    I have the hornady, not an impressive tool
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