By Jim Clary
USA – -(
It has a thumb wheel that permits adjustment of seating depths of 1/1000 of an inch. No more guessing as to whether you got the depth right or whether it “feels right”… with this tool, you are able to seat the primers to the proper depth, every time. And, with the built-in hard stop, you can never crush a primer.
Changing the priming pin sleeve from large primers to small primers is a relatively easy matter. Simply push the thumb lever down to remove the shell holder (it is what keeps the primer assembly in place), and insert the required shell holder and primer pin. The same spring is used in both cases. Note: The spring is pretty stout, and it takes a bit of effort to push the thumb lever down. Jim would like to see Frankford add a wider lip to the lever to make it easier to depress. None of us …Read the Rest