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Trimming Brass #7104248
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Anyone use a "Trim It II" to trim your brass? If you have used one, what do you think of it? How accurate and how consistent is it? Thinking of buying one. Thanks Daniel







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Mine is ok but not as consistent as my Lee trimmers but the Lee is not adjustable.


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earl39, I now have both, my lee are adjustable up to about +/- .010 inch.







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I still use my ancient L E Wilson and calipers. It may or may not be as accurate as newer models but neither am I.


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I have a Trim-It II, I will sell to you with many pilots.



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