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Old September 16, 2012, 04:21 PM   #16
Creeper
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Cost no object, the Sinclair and 21st Century priming tools are the best available... but at $110. The K&M has almost as good a feel at half the price... an excellent compromise of quality and price.

The good old stand-by Lee Auto-Prime tool is hard to beat for the price... and if you polish and lubricate the working surfaces, will provide a very nice degree of feel that, although not as smooth as the previously mentioned seaters, is excellent on a value for dollar rating.

Cheers,
C
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