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    Wanted case prep station

    Looking to buy a prep station which one do you own and anyone know of someone that has one in stock

    many thanks
    ​jon

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    I've used the Hornady. Wasn't impressed. I'll stick with my manually powered tools.~Muir

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    I kept the RCBS Trim Mate for less than a month. Found it underpowered compared to an 18V Dewalt drill.

    Seriously, it seemed too small for my hands and I didn't have room to work.

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    total waste on money,stick with hand tools at half the price and wont go wrong with age

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    bought the lyman prep centre done 200 cases in no time wished I bought one years ago ATB Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by steveford1 View Post
    bought the lyman prep centre done 200 cases in no time wished I bought one years ago ATB Steve
    +1 on that with reloading lots the centre makes everything faster and no rsi from using the hand tools

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    I use the smaller 3 station Hornady Trio
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    Excellent for chamfer, de-burr and primer pocket clean
    Last edited by phaedra; 26-06-2013 at 13:46.
    There's room for all Gods creatures ........... right next to the mash and gravy

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    Quote Originally Posted by phaedra View Post
    I use the smaller 3 station Hornady Trio
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    Excellent for chamfer, de-burr and primer pocket clean

    I've not come across these before. Can you give me any information as to suppliers and aproximate prices please?



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    Got mine from Midway (US) when it was on sale for $75 (50), unfortunately Midway UKs price is more than double that at 104.65!
    There's room for all Gods creatures ........... right next to the mash and gravy

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    Well after all the thought I brought the lyman case prep station and to those who say its a waste of money I will now say you are wasting your time for those who don't have one its made my reloading a hobby I look forward to cleaning the cases and doing all the fine tuning where as before its was a bit of a pain as my hands are like shovels so all I say to those that don't have one stop thinking and make your life easy, if i broke the case prep tool I would buy another

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