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Anyone used one of these?  I just got one in .223 and I really like it.  Man you can trim brass literally in 1 to 2 seconds.  It is awesome.

http://www.littlecrowgunworks.com/wft.html
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Looks cool. I hate trimming cases. 
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I have one in 223 and 308, makes trimming a quick and easy job.
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trimming cases is EASY...
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I will be getting a couple for .308 and .223. Anything to make that task easier sounds great too me.
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Originally posted by cheaptrick cheaptrick wrote:

Looks cool. I hate trimming cases. 


Me too, brother! I feel like I have arthritis and carpal tunnel syndrome after a long session of turning, trimming, and chamfering!

I'm thinking of using brass prep as a form of punishment for my daughter.

"One more word outta you, young lady, and 500 rounds of 7-08 brass prep will be in your immediate future!"
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Originally posted by RifleDude RifleDude wrote:

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I'm thinking of using brass prep as a form of punishment for my daughter.

"One more word outta you, young lady, and 500 rounds of 7-08 brass prep will be in your immediate future!"


That is great! I love it!

I am going to have to look into this since I am going to have to get into reloading for cast bullet shoots. No one loads cast bullets for 30-06 for my M1 Grand. That I know of anyway.
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And I you keep it up, young lady, you'll be turning necks on that brass too!
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I might need a few of these!

I have a traditional case trimmer, but try to use it as little as possible - which can be problematic.
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Get a drill taht you can hook up a foot control, then clamp the drill in your vice, it would be a good little setup.

The one down side it is flips the pieces of brass all over the place.  Might be best to do it in the garage or outside or something. 
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Neck turning is the work of Satan.
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Lyman electric trimmer.    Thunbs Up
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So I have used my little crow a lot now.  It is awesome.  I trimmed 500 .223 brass on Sunday it took me under 30 minutes to trim them.  After the fact you don't even need to chamfer them. 

They are expensive, but the amount of time they save is incredible.  I need to get them for all my other high volume calibers. 
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That's cool. I hate even thinking about trimming brass and I love the fact that you don't have to chamfer after?? Seriously?? Stare
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I could feel no sharp edges at all.  I loaded up a few and they loaded just fine too.
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Only one thing worst than brass trimming,primer pocket cleaning.I' going to try one of those little crow!
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