Posted 12 January 2012 - 06:19 PM
I have one and have prepped a couple thousand pieces of .308, .30-06, .270, .223 and .204 Ruger brass with it. Makes it so much easier than manually doing it by hand. You just have to change out the primer pocket uniformer and spinning wire brush to the right size depending on whether you're cleaning large or small primer pockets. Very easy and quick to do. One thing I recently added to mine was an RCBS primer pocket military crimp reamer for the .223 brass I pick up at the range from the AR-15 "spray and pray" crowd. About 1/4 of it has military crimps which prevent good primer seating unless the crimp has been removed. Get a Trim Mate and you'll only wonder why you didn't do it sooner. When they're on sale, they go for $99. And RCBS had rebates last year which really made them affordable.