RCBS® Universal Hand Priming Tool
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The RCBS® Universal Hand Priming Tool includes a primer seating safety gate and screw-in primer seat plugs. Tray removes easily for quick refills. Fits all brands of primer packaging.
Manufacturer model #: 90201.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 5
Rated 5 out of 5 by OoldGuy Wonderful Product
The RCBS Universal Hand Priming Tool is worth every penny of the price. To be able to load multiple calibers without having to stop and change shell holders is great. Also not having to worry about pulling the shell holder along with the cartridge is an added bonus.
July 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by lenlewan Terrific Priming Tool
This has made primimng both small pistol and large rifle much more efficient. I am just using the large press pin for both ... I never change it and it works great.
October 7, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Tadracket No Brainer
After purchasing this priming tool last fall, I started reading on other sites that folks were having problems with it. A few had stated the primers did not want to line up right with the pocket. So I anxiously got everything ready to use mine.
At first, I noticed what others were saying about the primer and pocket not wanting to line up. While my first response was to throw a fit, I quickly remembered the tool coming with an allen wrench. So I loosened up the universal shell holder and shifted it the way I thought it needed to go. After a couple trials, I hit the sweet spot.
It has been plucking away fine since. Just finished up what should be shell #2000 the other day. Grabbing some more tonight on the way home.
April 7, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Narcoleptic1 A very good product
It is a good product. It is well made, and appears that it will hold up well. I've used mine to prime over 3000 rounds so far without incident.
When using this tool, you literally never need touch the primers. With mine, squeezing the prime handle all the way closed insures a perfect seating depth each time. Seats below flush or flush, depending on the brass used. I have had one shell "ping" out of the holder, but this was brass from new S & B, which has very tight primer pockets; almost a primer crimp on them. So no fault of the device.
Placing primers onto the tray almost always results in a few flipped upside down. The grooves on the tray allow you to gently shake the tray back and forth, and this will flip all the primers the correct way. Pretty cool!
December 13, 2010
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