The 9 Best Reloading – Priming Tools reviews
RCBS® Primer Tray - 2
Lee Auto Prime Shell Holder Sets
Includes shellholders: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 19.
The Li priming tool shell holder set includes eleven of the. Most popular sizes of shell holders covering over a hundred. And fifteen cartridges includes an extra spot inside the case to store an extra shell holder not included inside the kit use. These shall holders in our new Auto Prime Peugeot Prime. And Auto Bench prime tools so there is no need to endlessly swap press shall holders to prime you.
RCBS® Rock Chucker Supreme Auto Prime
This is the RCBS rock checker supreme single stage press it's designed for precision re loaders. And also budget-conscious beginners. It features a block o cast iron design for strength. And rigidity it also features an ambidextrous toggle block for left. Or right-handed users. And a compound leverage system. That eases the amount of physical strength needed during the sizing operation. And in the back it also features a spent primer catcher I'll quickly demonstrate. How easy it is to reload a cartridge on your rock checker supreme I'll be demonstrating with 308 Winchester cases but. You can quickly be adapted to reload. Most common pistol and rifle cartridges on the market today so you'll first want to take. It properly cleans and lubricate a case. And cert it into the shell holder pull your handle up the bottom a stroke your old primer drops out. That will resize and expand your case push forward to seat your primer. And there you have a completed case size Prime Now we've switched over to our seed dye on our press. And adjusted its depth for the correct cartridge length the next step will be to weigh out a proper charge weight of powder we'll dump.
That into our first case place. That case in the shell holder hold the bullet in the case mouth. It up into your seat die run through the stroke of the press. You have completed cartridge properly seated. And ready to go the rock chucker supreme press by RCBS it's great for. Both beginners and advanced freeloaders alike it's capable of doing around 50 rounds per hour it's strong dependable in the last year lifetime.
Lee Auto Prime XR
Frankford Arsenal® Hand Primer
Well hey YouTube for Zach's 777. And today I've been experiencing some ailments. That goes along with old age. Iwas gonna go ahead. Some bullet casting and. That sort of thing, but we're gonna do a product review instead. Ican go ahead and sit down. You know go through here so the product. We are going to be looking at today is the Frankfort Arsenal handy priming unit okay, so I've already unboxed. It out of the box everything like. And the first thing I want to address the cost of the unit could vary from. You know different outlets there on the internet. One thing is I found out about Frankfort Arsenal stuff. It comes on sale you know. When it's on sale he's just glad buy. You review it's a really good product gets good review. Everybody likes it well it's probably won't come on sale. Any time soon so with. That being said you know.
Idon't know this product is really going to take off file. And really see too many reviews about. Ibought one so let's go ahead. And move on here okay first of. All let's go ahead and look at the instructions here. All the metal construction. Iwas a quaint you know impressed. And got out of the box. You know it had the heft. It did it's made out of die-cast aluminum. You know III I really feel. This thing's made for the yelling in long haul. This isn't this isn't. Something you just. You know it's cheaply made. Whatever so let's go through the instructions a little bit before. We move on to the unit okay. What you have here is. You have it de priming I don't know. You guys can see you have a de priming pin inside. This inside this holder. You have an o-ring you also have a end cap. And the thing you do is. You go ahead you take. And select one of these. You know for the caliber size. That you're going to go ahead. And insert it into the bore of the holder put your overhang on.
And then you go ahead. You take your adjustment cap here. You screw it on there. And the whole thing is to adjust. These little fingers here okay so. They close but they don't grip. You know the shell casing when. It in there you don't want. It to get stuck you use the unit. All the primers are collected here. This is a little plastic tube. You know the primers shoot out. You know it collected there. You can take this thing off. And dump them out the whole point of. This whole thing you know the whole deal here is so. We are not tied down to our bench. We don't have to stand in front of our bench with a universal decapping die.
And switch cases in. And out of a shell holder to decap our cases before. We wet tumble wet tumbling its. You know it's the way to go. It really is it really cleans your clays is really good. If you're gonna do you might as well just go ahead. And cap them so that way the inside of your primer pockets get clean as well. You can see there there's the collet. This is just the illustration here so let's go ahead. And move on all right okay here. We go guys this is the unit. And basically what you do is. You just go ahead you pre the cartridge case on there. You want to do prime press down on to hold. It in place you press forward pops the primer out clutch. It in here it comes back I'm at.
It resets like you take the case out put. Another case in back down again. You know simple operation. This is a no-brainer so let's go ahead I'll just go ahead on demonstrate for you have. Some 38 special cases here. Idon't know you guys can see. Or not wet tumbling really cleans your brass real well. It restores it unfortunately. These got mixed in with. Another batch I was doing and. Ididn't deep frying them, so I'm gonna go ahead. And do prime and then throw them in with the next batch. You know anyway so here. We go down their seats up. You feel like you know engage the decapping pin there. You go there's your spent primer okay there. You go that's it primers gone. You just keep on moving on. You know like you know. You can go up you know put on net flips. You know watch a few old episodes of Colombo. Whatever just sit there. You know lazy boy and go from.
One can to the other. You know you prime of your brass. You know next thing you know next thing you know. These things are done so. One thing I've noticed about. This unit so far is. You go to D prime you gotta come kind of take. It easy with it too hard then the case gets stuck in there that's. Something I'm gonna have to kind of work out that's a little glitch that's happening with. And but other this thing is really an awesome little tool definitely won't worth. What I paid for it, and they're anywhere between the. You know thirty to forty dollar range. Iwould imagine you know. You go through this sue. This through the strands of time price on these would probably come down I'd really like to know the reason why the thing is stuck in like.
That drive me nuts overall. Ithink the unit is well-built it's well-made. These are their little storage areas for your Kaulitz okay. These are actually what you know grips the case. It down inside there like. This got this end cap okay has an o-ring and here's the collet there. It is put the call in trade cap back on. And start it going its starting on the threads guys. You know it's dampened like. That from the o-ring so. That the this Cape. This cap won't move see. We can get this thing stop sticking like. Idon't know what's going on with. That again like you just keep on turning down on their like. That okay there you go there. Ithink there's some flashing down in there. Ineed to go ahead and take care of but anyway um hey. Ithink it's well worth money gets. You away from the bench. You watch TV you can prep your cases for your wet tumbling you know get primers out of them so. You know the little stainless steel pins will be your parent rifles.
And that's what Proctor review well worth money so good heavy-duty construction hey. This piece right here will have a home on my bench. You know use it in my convenience. Ithink that's really great good product so anyway. This is for Zach's 777. And I'm signing out.
Lyman® Primer Tray
RCBS® Hand Priming Tool
this is the RCBS automatic priming tool. Or apt for short this unit is a must-have for those re loaders who enjoy bench mounted priming systems versus a handheld priming system the unit comes standard with two primer plugs a large. And a small comes standard with the feed tubes. That double as a pickup tube large. And small and this unit will accept our CBS standard shell holders to use. This unit first step is to dump primers onto your tray. And this instance we're loading 308 Winchester cartridges, so we're going to use the large primer tube. You dump some primers on the tray flip them over Cup side down. You just run the pickup tube over the primers. And capture them as such place the feed tube into the feed arm pull the cotter pin. And search your large primer plug assembly lower the handle drop a primer in the primer cup raise the handle lower the primer below the shell holder. And search your case. And then Prime it's as simple. And easy as that if you're into bench mounting priming systems the apt unit is a unit for you
RCBS® Automatic Priming Tool
This is the RCBS automatic priming tool. Or apt for short this unit is a must-have for those re loaders who enjoy bench mounted priming systems versus a handheld priming system the unit comes standard with two primer plugs a large. And a small comes standard with the feed tubes. That double as a pickup tube large. And small this unit will accept our CBS standard shell holders to use. This unit first step is to dump primers onto your tray. This instance we're loading 308 Winchester cartridges, so we're going to use the large primer tube. You dump some primers on the tray flip them over Cup side down. You just run the pickup tube over the primers. And capture them as such place the feed tube into the feed arm pull the cotter pin. And search your large primer plug assembly lower the handle drop a primer in the primer cup raise the handle lower the primer below the shell holder.
And search your case. And then Prime it's as simple. And easy as if you're into bench mounting priming systems the apt unit is a unit for you.
Hornady® Handheld Priming Tool
Hello I'm Dustin with mid-south shooter supply. This is the Hornady hand priming tool. This ergonomic bench necessity is easy to assemble. And offers advantages. That press priming just can't match assembly is quick. And easy just slide the handle into the grip portion making sure to hook the lever into the bar inside the grip just like. This fit the spring into the pin then slide the pin home within the handle you'll see the place. It fits next slide the tray matching your primer size with the pin. You inserted into the grip apply downward pressure to allow the shell holder to slide home in the grip also not using a Hornady shell holder the green plate is for our CBS. And our CBS shelf holders. Now you're ready to start priming your cases quickly. And efficiently this is a preferred method for several reasons but the. Most important is being able to fill your prior seat correctly. It takes a bit of finesse but there's no mistaking the feeling when a primer fits perfectly into the brass.