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Introducing the Frankford Arsenal Platinum Series Hand Deprimer. The Hand Deprimer is made of robust die cast aluminum and features our (patent pending) Universal Collet System. In just 4 easy steps you can deprime your spent brass by hand. No need to set up your press and reset your dies to deprime a few cases. This system is fully contained. It even captures the spent primers in a collection tube so you can dump them later. Our Universal Collet System can handle brass from .20 cal all the way up to .338 lapua. This deprimer can even deprime pistol brass. Military crimped primers are easily removed as well with the full length ergonomic grip.
ASIN#: B00RPABDZO
Model number#: 909283

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Bought a Lee universal decapping die last week. Wish I would have seen this first.

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I paid about $10 more for mine. I have only used it on pistol brass - so no fighting crimped primers in military rifle brass, but it works like a champ. Put on a ballgame, sit in the recliner, and process a bucket of brass without thinking about it. Once you get a rhythm you can go by feel. Keep a pair of pliers handy for the ones with tight flash holes that don't want to let go of the decapping pin.

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love mine! I can confirm that this a deal, I paid $35 for mine and thought it was a really good deal when these first came out

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Do you have to make sure the depriming pin is in the primer flash hole before you squeeze?

I purchased a Lee Breech Lock Hand Press with a Lee universal decapping die, also the Lee universal shell holder set to deprime my brass. Before I had the shell holders I was putting the brass on and making sure the pin was in the flash hole before it would deprime. So I didn't need the shell holders, but having them now makes it much easier and quicker. Granted, this setup was more expensive, but not having the ensure the pin is in the perfect spot saves a ton of time.

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If the case is in properly the pin will want to go there. The entire case holder swivels up on the FA unit...and once the sleeve & nut are close to the case size you are doing, will sort of flip into place. You build a 'flow' with it...or rather, I do. The FA unit comes with 3 plastic insert sleeves that compress/expand to fit the cases you are running. Once that is set, it's pretty simple and intuitive. The only glitch I've run into is once in awhile range pick ups have foreign matter in them (i.e. sand, mud, pebbles, etc.) that you'll know instantly if you missed it. I don't think it gets any easier than this tool for hand decapping. I am very pleased with mine anyway (own 2 of them)...and they don't care if it's large/small primer pockets but obviously don't work on the dual holed steel cases. I just do brass & nickel, I'm sure they'd work on any single flash hole primer though. And like the prior poster, I think regular price is a decent value...don't see these on sale every day. Hope that helps.

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Thanks for the reply! I'll probably end up getting one of these then to try out. My setup works, but it never hurts to have a backup or something different.

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