I hate trimming brass. I hate running the crank. What is a good powered trimmer for under $200? I'd looking for either a drill attachment or a stand alone unit. Thanks.
I love the ingenuity, but I’m looking for something I can unplug and put up on the shelf easily. Plus, I don’t have the means for making that setup at the moment. I am curious about the Lee Quick Trim set up, though.
That’s definitely more than I’m wanting to spend right now, but I could probably wait for tax time if I don’t die of corona or communism.I have been very happy with my RCBS Power Trimmer, for 16 years. I have no idea what they cost these days.
I found out.
Still worth it.
it was a red Hornady trimmer..finally remembered.I used my old 1960’s power drill from Kmart. Took the trimmer, and tightened it down in my vice. Then I removed the crank handle from the trimmer, leaving an axle on the trimmer that my trusty old Black and Decker would fit on, where the handle used to sit, and tightened it down. Now Black & Decker plus Northern StatesPower Company, turned the trimmer, instead of my fingers. Set the adjustments just like before. Presto! It makes a horrible job into a fast-moving step in the reloading process. For the life of me, I cannot remember if I had a green trimmer, RCBS, or Hornady, red. I used both their products. Best of all, there was no extra cost. I never did re-install the trimmer handle.
I think that I may have also de-burred cases the same way, as that is also a giant pain in the butt, when you have hundreds to do.