Cleaning, primers, resizing.
The Quick....run the shells thru the resizing die, removing the primer and installing the new primer. Slower, clean the shells first before removing the spent primers. Slowest...remove the primers, clean the shells, with or without cleaning the primer pockets first. Then resize and install primers. Each to his own. Myself, shake and wipe of the fired shells, remove the primers, clean primer pockets, clean in an untra sonic cleaner, resize and reprime.
Doing this I found using the press to remove the primers was slow. I made a depriming tool from a Stanley, spring loaded, punch.
Stanley 58-013 Self-Centering Screw Hole Punch
Two adjustments to the punch. The tip of the punch was ground down to fit into the primer hole with no binding. The end of the punch was ground down to fit well into my 9mm shells. A piece of 2 x 4 with lots of small holes drilled thru, that the primers would fit into. The punch fits into the shell, the shell is placed over the hole in the 2x4 and a whack with a mallet and the primer is out. It's just faster than using the press.
Check out the punch at Amazon.com.
How do you do it??
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