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Brass Trimming with Drill Press and WFT2...

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I love the Little Crow Gun Works Worlds Finest Trimmer 2 (WFT2), but it can make for some sore fingers after a while. I'd read about some reloaders using Drill Presses, but setting the case length means resetting the depth for each case type.

So I got a Forster Power Case Trimmer and Colletts and mounted it to the Drill Press to hold the cases. Then the WFT2 goes in the Chuck. Now I just have to pop in the new Case Adapter on the WFT2 when Trimming different size cases and the length is set. Much easier on my fingers, and pretty fast Trimming. The brass shavings don't clog up the WFT2 either.

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I think u be needing kewl stuff soon!
 
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That power Trimmer works but would still give me sore fingers...
You're right.

I ended up buying some leather gloves from WalMart...

Fingers remain sore, but not as much.
 

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How about this one?

A case holder that you can attach to a screwdriver handle...

It'll slow you down somewhat, though.
 
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So in my never ending quest to keep my fingers from getting sore, I added in this Lyman Case Prep Xpress next to the Drill Press. All of this so far is aimed at processing 223 brass because I have a bunch of it. I wasn't sure the Lyman station would be worth it, but it's less wear and tear on me than the manual Little Crow tool, and makes the 'assembly line' run smoother. Seems to be a good quality tool.

 
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