notsosilentmajority1: I have been looking at trimmers for days and was almost sold on an expensive electric one. Now that I've seen this video I would be more than happy to buy this one but does it only trim the length or can it clean out the primers and other areas? ID and OD? If it can perform the other functions I can't purchase it quick enough. Hope to hear back soon. Thanks for an excellent video. God bless.
Ole Ironhead: This looks like a nice trimming lathe. Thank you for demonstrating it. In your opinion, how do you feel this lathe compares to the L.E Wilson lathe? Thanks.
Jamie S: Great video, thanks! I only wish that the price you pay for such items in the USA were the same price in the UK when converted to pounds..... That piece of equipment in the UK would be very unlikely to come with the various pilots and brushes. The bare 2400 cutter would generally be double in price over the pond here. plus we would have to buy all the extras, like brushes, pilots, primer hole cleaners seperate. I'm not sure why, probably as "they" believe the outrageous UK prices seem not too much of a rip-off that way, (Thy fool no one!) I just wish the UK people hadn't been brainwashed by the Government and "anti's" into thinking firearms themselves are evil....
Phil NoFilter: do you ever trim 45acp once fired brass
Patmclean232: Thanks man you make the best videos for reloading products!
3550rebel: I bought one after seeing this. Great piece of kit, easy to set up and very quick to use.. Thanks for the recommendation.
Talmadge Fisher: when trimming either pistol or rifle brass i know that you have to keep the length shorter than the maximum length but would you take the time, if you wanted to that is, and measure each brass length that was under the maximum length to see what your gun shot best (for either a revolver or semi auto) and then cut them all to that length?
Redding 2400 Case Trimmer - Trimming Pistol (HD)5
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