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A much less expensive alternative to the RCBS or Dillon swage tools is a Hornady primer pocket reamer. I used one chucked into a variable speed drill for a long while before buying the Super Swage. By design, it will not remove more material than necessary as it will bottom out in the pocket before reaming an excessive amount of material.


http://www.midwayusa.com/product/253550/hornady-primer-pocket-reamer-cutter-head-small
 

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A much less expensive alternative to the RCBS or Dillon swage tools is a Hornady primer pocket reamer. I used one chucked into a variable speed drill for a long while before buying the Super Swage. By design, it will not remove more material than necessary as it will bottom out in the pocket before reaming an excessive amount of material.

http://www.midwayusa.com/product/253550/hornady-primer-pocket-reamer-cutter-head-small
Simple, cheap and quick.

Just chuck this in a battery powered drill.

http://www.midwayusa.com/product/253550/hornady-primer-pocket-reamer-cutter-head-small
Sometimes it takes two separate posts to get the idea across?

Honestly, if my hand didn't get so tired processing large lots of brass at a time, I'd still be using the reamer in the drill. I couldn't bear the ache any longer so I bought the Super Swage. I'm keeping the reamer in the stockpile of old tools in the event a local newbie needs to borrow it.
 
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