Get Lyman® innovation and quality at an affordable price with the Lyman AccuTrimmer. This case trimmer trims .17 caliber through .458 WinMag cases. The AccuTrimmer uses standard shellholders to position the cartridge and standard Lyman cutter heads and pilots. Comes with Lyman's popular nine Pilot Multi-Pack. Weight: 2.3 lbs.
Manufacturer model #: 7862210.
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by TRogers AccuTrimmer I don't normally reload large quantities of ammo at a time. I am normally looking at 100-500 rounds. This trimmer seems to work really well, and if setup correctly, will repeat the case length over and over. This seems to be a really good choice for the hobby reloader. March 25, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by stickman13 VERY basic trimmer I am new into reloading; converting 9mm Luger to 9x18. I have trimmed some 50 cases with over 600 more to go. "ACCUTRIMMER" needs to read "BASICTRIMMER". Not cutting square and varies within .5mm-.25mm, pending where you measure. The guides and not accurate in diameter but good guides. Left thumb and fore finger is raw from tightening/loosening the collet withi just over 50 trimmed. Sending it back and getting a Forster for about $15 bucks more. April 10, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by NEReviewer Great tool The Accu Trimmer was exactly what I was looking for. I didn't need a high capacity tool, but one that I could use as necessary. The tool is compact and easy to use. Others require that you purchase the neck guides separately, but the Lyman included all popular sizes. This is my forst departure from another reloading manufacturer. This particular tool served my purpose at a fair price. February 8, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by kona Good Purchase Good buy just have to keep it oiled sometimes due to the 100's of rounds I trim. Vary easy to use just a pain to set up to the right length! Best thing is to get a case that it already to length and set it at that! Also found it vary easy to chance out case and than the cal. The only think I though that it could use improvement on was than handle could change to a wooden one. January 4, 2011