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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 plate and dies for feed, swage, and eject to make your job easier.

Swaging out the crimps on primer pockets instead of cutting them eliminates trimmings and mess.


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.

Read 3 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars

Hornaday single stage primer pocket swage

By Doyle S. on Sep 17, 2020
Good sturdy product, typical of Hornaday. It helps to have your single stage press to be fastened securely to your work bench.

Hornady LNL 223 Primer Pocket Swager

By Anthony C. on Apr 24, 2019
I bought this to speed up the process of removing primer crimps on my single stage Hornady press. This product from Hornady removes crimps and speeds up case prep. I have not experienced any stuck cases. In addition to this tool it is IMPERATIVE you purchase a primer pocket go - no go gauge manufactured by Ballistic Tools. You must follow all directions when setting up the swage die since it’s easy to remove too much material which will render your case to the recycle bin. Make small adjustments so as not to remove too much material. Make sure to sort your brass per head stamp before swaging as each manufacturer crimps with varying degrees of material. Make sure you gauge all of your primer pockets with the go - no go gauge after swaging. I would definitely recommend this product to anyone. Another great tool from Hornady.

Another great product from Hornady!

By John B. on Mar 15, 2019
Had this for a couple of weeks now and have swaged several hundred pieces of military brass. About one in a hundred get stuck in the die but a simple simple tap and they fall right out. I’m using this with the Hornady Iron Press.
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