Nothing wrong with using the press for priming as long as you don't use the full power of the press. (Presses have to much maniacal advantage and can over power the primers) I personally don't recommend using a reloading press for priming, and discontinued using a press for this process many years ago when I found many primers that were well below flush. the press is great for de-capping/primingTagging in. My co-ax seats to .007 below case head as measured by my calipers in new ADG 7 mag brass. The manual describes-.004-.008 as the goal. I have no idea... just getting used to the new setup. Never measured this before now
Are you saying that you de prime a live primer? If so, could you please explain how that is done.As I am priming, I check each primer for a flush fit. If it does not fit flush, I set it aside and de prime the ones I set aside and remedy those problems. .
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Are you saying that you de prime a live primer? If so, could you please explain how that is done.
Way better than a Lee or common hand primer tool.Yeah, the K&M looks pretty slick. Wonder how it compares to the Lee hand prime?
I think that Sinclair makes a one-piece design for this purpose.This one, is one of the more popular choices that can slip since it's 2 pieces held together by a socket head screw. It's cutter is carbide but the collar design has failed me on a whole bunch of brass. The screw allowed the collar to slip down the cutter shank...
It was a surprise when I started seeing seating depth increase dramatically.
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