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Military Cases and Crimped Primer Pockets

The only special treatment military cases require is after they have been deprimed.  There is a crimp around the primer pocket, designed to hold the primer in place.  This must be removed to re-prime the case. 

We have an inexpensive chamfer tool in the case conditioning tools page, catalog #90109, that will do the job, and can be power-driven with an attachment designed for the Dremel Moto-tool.

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