Lyman Ultimate Case Prep Kit Technology You Can Trust

Lyman Ultimate Case Prep Kit Technology You Can Trust
Technology You Can Trust
Lyman®
Ultimate
Case Prep Kit
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Ammo TrackerTM Chronograph
With each shot fired, the display updates and
displays the data for Average, High Velocity,
Low Velocity, Extreme Spread and Standard
Deviation. In addition, Shot number and String
number are also displayed.
BorecamTM
Digital Borescope
with Monitor
Provides active shooters with the
means to carefully inspect the
bores of their firearms for wear,
throat erosion, tool marks, and
other rifling or chamber damage, as
well as for checking for fouling.
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Lyman Products Corp.
475 Smith Street
Middletown, CT 06457
Instr. #7980007
Rev. 02/15
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Kit Contains:
1. E-ZEE Case Gauge
2. Magnum Inertia Bullet Puller
with two collets
3. Extra Large Deburr Tool
4. Outside Chamfer Tool
5. Flash Hole Uniformer
6. VLD Chamfer Tool
7. Small Primer Pocket Reamer
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8. Large Primer Pocket Reamer
9. Small Primer Pocket Uniformer
10. Large Primer Pocket Uniformer
11. Small Primer Pocket Cleaner
12. Large Primer Pocket Cleaner
13. Nylon Case Neck Brushes:
25 Cal, 30 Cal, 38 Cal, 45 Cal
14. Dry Case Neck Lube
Ultimate Case Prep Kit
The Ultimate Case Prep Kit gives the reloader all of their
necessary case prep tools in one handy organized storage
case. Everything is there to process cases after trimming and
to handle prep work for the most accurate reloads possible.
Magnum Inertia Bullet Puller Instructions
The Magnum Inertia Bullet Puller is designed to use two different size collets which will accept almost all cartridges. See
the chart below to select the proper collet for your cartridge.
If a particular cartridge is not listed, use the collet that best
fits its diameter without being loose.
Small Collet Fits Calibers:
7.62 x 39
17 Rem.
32-20
204 Ruger
5.7 x 28
222 Rem.
25 ACP
223 Rem.
32 ACP
25-20 Win.
32 S&W L
6.8mm Rem.
32 H&R
30 Carbine
Large Collet Fits Calibers:
30-30
22-250 Rem.
300 Sav.
220 Swift
308 Win.
243 Win.
30-06
250 Sav.
300 WSM
257 Roberts
300 Ultra Mag
25-06 Rem.
300 Win Mag.
6.5 x 55
8mm Mau.
260 Rem.
325 WSM
270 Win.
338 Federal
270 WSM
338 Win. Mag
7mm-08
338 Lapua
7mm Mau.
35 Rem.
280 Rem.
38-55 Win.
7mm Rem. Mag
375 Ruger
7mm WSM
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greatly increased, contributing to neck stretching and requiring more effort from the reloader.
The Case Neck Brush allows the reloader to brush clean the
case neck interiors and, if he wishes, also apply a clean dry
lubricant to further ease passage of the resizing die’s expander ball.
Dry Case Neck Lube
There are many uses for this specialty lube. Dip the case
neck of your cartridge into the lube to reduce friction from
sizing die expander button. The lube also works great on
keys that stick in locks.
380 Auto
9mm Luger
38 Auto
38 Spec.
357 Mag
40 S&W
10mm Auto
375 H&H Mag
416 Rigby
444 Marlin
450 Marlin
45-70
50-70
41 Rem. Mag
44-40 Win.
44 Rem. Mag
45 ACP
45 Colt
454 Casull
460 S&W
480 Ruger
500 S&W
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1. CAUTION: PRIOR TO REMOVING BURRS FROM YOUR
CARTRIDGE CASES, BE CERTAIN THAT ALL PRIMERS
HAVE BEEN REMOVED FROM THE CASES. A LIVE
PRIMER COULD BE DETONATED BY THIS OPERATION. FOR BEST RESULTS, BE SURE THAT CASES
HAVE BEEN TRIMMED TO A UNIFORM LENGTH.
Once the proper collet has been selected, slide the cartridge
into the collet, bullet first. The rounded edge will face the rim.
Slide the cartridge in until the collet engages the extractor
groove, rim, or belt on the case. Place the cartridge and collet onto the handle and tighten down the end cap.
2. Loosen the set screw in the cone shaped case adapter and
slide the adapter on the shaft away from the cutter end.
Rap the bullet puller against a hard, solid surface, with the
cap end up. For easiest extraction, try to keep the handle and
shaft parallel to the surface being struck. Lighter weight bullets will take more raps to pull the bullet than heavier ones.
3. Insert the uniformer shank into the case mouth and align
the cutter so that it protrudes through the flash hole.
Caution: Always wear safety glasses when using this tool.
Never use it with rimfire ammunition.
4. While holding the case in this position, set your cutting
length. Slide the cone shaped adapter into the entrance of
the case mouth. Leave a gap of about .010" between case
mouth and cone shaped adapter. Tighten the adapter set
screw. Your tool is now adjusted to deburr your cases.
Once the bullet is removed, unscrew the end cap and remove the case and collet. The powder and bullet can then be
poured out of the handle.
5. Turn the tool clockwise until you feel the cutting stop, usually after two or three turns. Some adjustment of the cone
shaped adapter may be necessary if cases vary in internal
volume.
Measure the case length of over 70 popular rifle and pistol
cases. This rugged metal gauge makes sorting cases quick,
easy and accurate. The gauge is machined to maximum
case length. Simply insert a case into the proper location on
the gauge. If it does not fit, the case needs to be trimmed.
CAUTION: WE RECOMMEND A MODEST DEPTH-OF-CUT
AS THE REMOVAL OF EXCESSIVE AMOUNTS OF BRASS
WILL ONLY WEAKEN THE CASE. REMOVE ONLY
ENOUGH BRASS TO ELIMINATE ANY BURRS AROUND
THE FLASH HOLE.
Case Neck Brushes
The Case Neck brushes are a valuable accessory for the reloader processing bottle-neck cartridge cases. The tendency
for those cases to “flow” and thicken in the neck and shoulder
- at the expense of the cartridge base wall thickness - is well
known. This shifting - or stretching - is to some degree due to
the use of an expander ball (integral with the decapping
rod/pin on standard two-die rifle sets) in uncleaned case
necks. Friction between the expander ball and case neck is
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E-ZEETM Case Gauge
Extra Large Deburr Tool
Handles inside and outside deburring of cartridge cases from
.17 to .60 caliber. Ideal for black powder cartridge shooters. A
must for 50 BMG reloading. The 30 degree angle cutter
bevels the inside of the mouth of the case, allowing the bullets to slide in without deforming.
Small & Large Primer Pocket Cleaners
Quickly removes fouling out of primer pocket bottoms. Insert
tool into pocket and twist gently until fouling is removed.
Case Prep Tools
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Small & Large Primer Pocket Reamers
Removes military crimps and rough metal edges from primer
pockets. The tool requires only a few turns to work properly.
Be sure to hold unit square and in-line with the case. Holding
unit at an angle in the primer pocket could enlarge the pocket
and cause gas leakage.
Small & Large Primer Pocket Uniformers
The Lyman Primer Pocket Uniformer Tool is designed to cut
primer pockets to a uniform depth that can produce more
consistent ignition and lead to greater accuracy. The Primer
Pocket Uniformer cuts to a uniform depth and at the same
time squares the seating surface for the anvil of the primer.
Primers are constructed so that the anvil protrudes slightly
from the open end of the primer cup. This is necessary so
that the anvil will rest firmly on the bottom of the primer
pocket. When the firing pin strikes the primer, the impact sensitive compound inside the primer is crushed between the
anvil and cup causing the compound to ignite. Variations in
the depth or configuration of the primer pocket, or in the
primer seating operation itself, can alter the effects of the firing pin blow. This, in turn, effects the ignition of the primer
and may affect the accuracy of the cartridge.
The Uniformer Tool is factory set to S.A.A.M.I. specifications
and is fixed in place. NO ADJUSTMENTS ARE NEEDED OR
SHOULD BE ATTEMPTED!
To use the Primer Pocket Uniforming Tool, insert the cutter
into the primer pocket of an empty, deprimed case. Be sure
to hold the case straight in line with the Uniforming Tool. Turn
the cutter clockwise in the primer pocket while applying pressure. Continue to turn the cutter and remove material until
the head of the case makes contact squarely against the
stop collar on the Uniformer Tool. Remove the cutter from the
case and check the pocket for brass shavings. Remove any
shavings that are found. If no material is removed, the pocket
is already at the correct depth. Military cases have crimpedin primers. Lyman's Primer Pocket Reamer should be used
first to remove the crimp and then the Uniformer Tool can be
used as described above.
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WARNING:
1. Large Rifle and Large Pistol Primers have different pocket
depths.
Do not use the Large Rifle Uniformer in pistol cases.
2. Holding the Uniforming Tool at an angle in the primer
pocket could enlarge the pocket and cause gas leakage.
Keep tool square and in-line with the case.
Outside Chamfer Deburr Tool
This tool removes excess brass from trimmed cases. The tool
easily deburrs the outside case mouth to leave a smooth
even finish. This tool only requires a few twists to properly
function. Do not over cut brass as this will lead to thin weak
necks. Works on cartridges from 17 cal. - 45 cal.
VLD Chamfer Reamer
This tool eliminates damage caused by sharp edges on the
case neck. It cuts a gentle 22 degree chamfer on the case
mouth allowing bullets to easily enter the cartridge. This tool
only requires a few twists to properly function. Do not over
cut brass as this will lead to thin weak necks. Works on cartridges from 17 cal. - 45 cal.
Flash Hole Uniformer
During case manufacture, burrs are often raised around the
primer flash hole from punching operations and primer flash
hole uniformity can be affected.
Your Lyman Flash Hole Uniformer will remove these burrs
and standardize the length of the flash hole, allowing a more
uniform flash to ignite the powder charge thus improving accuracy. The cone adapter is adjustable to fit various length
rifle and pistol cases from .22 to .45 caliber.
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