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Thread: Case length trimmer which one?.

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    Case length trimmer which one?.

    OK guys and girls,I'm looking at getting a case length trimmer , I will be using it for 223,6mmppc, 308,357and38sp.
    I'm not loaded and I'm carefull with my money, I would like to buy somthing that will last and be as accurate as possible. I target shoot quite alot so it will be used alot and If possible I would like to chamfer international and external with it and maybe clean and uniform my primer pockets large and small.
    Any recommendations, prices pictures or links would be great.
    Thanks.

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    Forster. Hands down the most versatile.~Muir

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    http://www.brownells.com/reloading/c...prod54116.aspx
    The forster (I have both the forster and the wilson) is good and more flexible in that you can use their 3 in 1 Cutter etc but IMO the Wilson is more accurate for pure consistency of trim length and ease of adjustment
    Last edited by Bilbo; 23-07-2015 at 12:52.

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    With that amount agree with Muir , IF it were only two the lee stud cutters are worth a look and prob a cheap option for you look up spuds shop

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    Cheers chaps had a quick look on line and the forster looks good, take It I will need a 223,6mmppc and 308 specific collettes then two pocket uniformers large and small then a internal and external chamferer. can you debut internal external flash holes also.Can you think of anything else I may need for the forster trimmer. Currently writing a shopping list.

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    give us a bell albert 01263 732740 ill see im sure we can have a deal
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bilbo View Post
    http://www.brownells.com/reloading/c...prod54116.aspx
    The forster (I have both the forster and the wilson) is good and more flexible in that you can use their 3 in 1 Cutter etc but IMO the Wilson is more accurate for pure consistency of trim length and ease of adjustment
    In your opinion the Wilson is more accurate? I also have both: They are pretty equally accurate. The Forester is less expensive to buy, less expensive to switch calibers, does have a three and one cutter but more importantly, has a neck turning attachment. I have given at least six Wilson's away but keep my Forster.~Muir

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    we cant order from brownells in america anymore we have to order through the uk shop, which guess what is a lot more expensive

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