You'll only remove that crimp once...so if it takes you an hour or so...it beats buying one of the dedicated bench tools to do it. I knock out the primer with a decaping die, then chuck up my chamfer tool in a drill, and use the inside taper to lightly remove the crimp. You could do a thousand in about ten minutes that way. I've done it this way for LC .30-06 and 5.56 brass for years. Best Regards, Rod
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