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This is a discussion on Cleaning primer pockets with using lee 4 hole turret press within the Reloading forums, part of the Firearm Forum category; If I tumble, then I clean the pockets, I get lots of media in the holes. I have been hand priming for awhile. So I ...


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Old April 19th, 2017, 03:30 PM   #16
 
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If I tumble, then I clean the pockets, I get lots of media in the holes.

I have been hand priming for awhile. So I just inspect at this step, in my recliner. Though I may someday get the primer feed so I am not handling them. Thought I like to inspect them to make sure seated deep enough.


I have only used the turret but I like it. I know buy an extra turret whenever I buy dies.



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I have the Lee 4 turret as well but removed the indexing rod and use it like a single stage. I work in small batches, seldom more than a hundred or so rounds at a time, and like to do each step for all the brass before moving on. Tumble clean the brass, deprime and resize, inspect and reprime using a hand primer, etc.
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