Would love to stop by there however not in the Portland area.If your in portland you're likely to find a trickler and trimmer at the OAC show at the Kliever Armory on NE 33rd drive on SUNDAY.
And "The Albany rifle and Pistol Club" gun show in Albany is likely to be a place to find what you need at a decent price too.
It must be a california thing Jim.True that @Snip. I had two cutters in .223 & 300 BLK because I was mass producing those calibers.
During that time my arthritis was getting so bad I had to make a switch and went with the Girard Triway trimmers in both calibers, one time trimming and done, no more chamfers or deburs after the trim.
Plus I don't have to grip the cases, I found a neat trick to use a pair of needle nose pliers with a round hole for the cutters.
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As I've stated before, my choice's are more for preference due to aging. The golden years are more for the Health care providers/hospitals than for people who are in the "Rode hard and put away wet" crowd.It must be a california thing Jim.
If I were processing brass and shooting a couple plus hundred rounds a week of one caliber, oh yeah! But I've got several rifle calibers I shoot/process a limited amount of, so......
PLUS!!! You have that fine drill press and tons of bench room. That you keep available! Mr, "Clean Room"!!
At some point, I'll get an on-press trimmer which will speed things up immensely. Until then, trim by hand.As I've stated before, my choice's are more for preference due to aging. The golden years are more for the Health care providers/hospitals than for people who are in the "Rode hard and put away wet" crowd-on
I believe reloaders are waiting to see what the economy is going to do, get better or worse.As a random data point .10/ea was not the right price point for .223/5.56 deprimed and cleaned only brass at the last 2 shows. I only sold one bag at each show. At other past shows I've sold out at that price point.