HORNADY LOCK-N-LOAD AP PRIMER POCKET SWAGE TOOL 223/556

HORNADY LOCK-N-LOAD AP PRIMER POCKET SWAGE TOOL 223/556
Item #:HRN041217
Price:$108.99
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MPN:041217
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Product Information

The Hornady Lock-N-Load AP Primer Pocket Swage Tool quickly and cleanly removes crimps on cartridge case primer pockets. Designed to be used on the Lock-N-Load® AP press, the Lock-N-Load AP Primer Pocket Swage Tool comes with shell holder, feed, swage tool, and eject dies to make your job easier.

Available in 223 Rem/5.56 and 308 Win/7.62 models, swage depth can be adjusted to accommodate various brands of cases. Swaging out the crimps instead of cutting them eliminates trimmings and mess.

WARNING

WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to - www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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By Jim W. on Nov 05, 2020
I ordered this a few weeks ago and received what appeared to be an opened product with damaged contents. Every die had large marks and dings including at the threaded bases. The plate had a stained surface at one of the top plate pins. I emailed grafs and a week later a reply that I should contact Hornady. Why would I contact Hornady when it was your poor inventory management not a warranty issue? How’s that for customer service? That was my first and last purchase with Grafs and all those that told me to give Grafs a chance at my business are being told.

Works Great

By Darrell S. on Jun 23, 2020
Perfect for military brass and doing a lot of them for the active shooter

Great product

By Ron S. on Oct 09, 2018
Very good product

HORNADY LOCK-N-LOAD AP PRIMER POCKET SWAGE TOOL 223/556

By Terry K. on Aug 11, 2015
Just unpacked and install this on my Hornady LNL press. could not have been simpler, just remove shell plate, and if you are using a case feeder don't forget to remove the V-block. Adjust your swage depth and you are off and going. I personally own a Dillion Super Swage. Hands down the Hornady has a much nicer swage with less effort. and talk about speed. I would recommend this to anyone who has a Hornady LNL press and is loading 223
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