Yes, that Super Swage is pricey. But you only have to buy it ONCE.
You will definitely save the most important facet of all--yout time. That's why over the years, I've tried to automate as much as possible.
You will have to remove primer pocket crimps from mil surp brass. Guess what? You'll also have to do it on some regular primer purchases. A good example is PMC .223.
And if you have a whole bucketful of surplus brass, after it's cleaned and deprimed, the Dillon Super Swage is almost flawless, consistent in use and very easy to use.
Get the Dillon tool; you won't regret it.
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