How are you swagging pockets? I have about 2500 5.56 and 2500 40cal. that I need to deprime and swag. I have pulled projectiles and pulled powder for the 5.56. I'll probably buy some cheap projectiles for the 40.
I kind of figure I will need to replace mine too. It's well worth the money.I've been using the both the large and small primer "Rcbs Military Crimp Remover "for several years. It's about time to replace my small primer "Rcbs Military Crimp Remover" as I have worn a grove in it. Best crimp remover tool I have ever owned!
I almost bought Dillon's Swager, but in the mail that day was a new Rcbs catalog and I ordered the both small and large Military Remover and primer pocket uniformer. Saved a little money. Got the Rcbs Case Prep Center on sale through Midway. added VLD champher tool and flash hole deburing tool. Makes case prep easier and faster.I have used both the RCBS and the Dillon Super Swage. I found that using the Dillon is faster and cleaner. Using the RCBS is more consistent and economical. I have stayed with the Dillon for now because I use the primer pocket uni-former after I Swage. If there's an issue with the Swage I find it during the uniforming process and re-swage if necessary. With that said the RCBS is way more economical. And had I known about it before I purchased the Dillon this comment would not exist.
OK, now I gotchya. I use the RCBS. I have the Dillon but prefer the RCBS. It's all I use now.