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Please note - .50cal tools are available. Similar to the below items. Please call Brian at Fox Firearms to place an order for K&M Precision Shooting Products on - 0161 4308278 or 07941 958464 thank you.
Micro-Adjustable Neck Turner Complete with Standard Pilot
Includes shell holder retainer, power adapter, and handle.
Select the correct Mandrel (Pilot) and install in tool; the amount of Pilot protrusion can be adjusted for proper neck length. Caution: Do not "crash" the hardened Pilot and Cutter together. Index marks are stamped on body and adjustment knob. Rotate adjustment clockwise to advance the cutter. Each index mark (30° apart) equals .0002" Cutter movement. Initial setting of cutter is done by completely removing the cutter and adjustment knob. (Loosen Cutter clamp screw.) Screw Cutter half way or more into knob; install this assembly into tool. (Pay attention to Cutter orientation). With only gentle pressure, push the adjustment knob into tool while turning it counter clockwise. You will see the cutter quickly advance toward the pilot. Continue until the cutter is .025" to .050" from the Pilot. Then turn the adjustment knob clockwise and the Cutter will advance at a slower rate of .002" per turn. Slip a case on the pilot and continue to turn the adjustment knob clockwise until it touches brass. Simply advance it to remove the desired amount of brass. (Tighten Cutter clamp screw.) It is proper to turn each case twice at same setting to get the desired dimension.
Clamping case in shell holder can be done hand tight or a cross pin hole is provided so you can use the Allen wrench for additional leverage. Never use the power adapter with a high speed drill - use only a cordless screwdriver, slow speed drill, or by hand. A dab of Imperial Die Wax on the Pilot will ease the turning. Do not use the Pilot dry - lube is required or the brass will gall. High speed will generate too much heat and steel expands (cal. 30 pilot + .0001"/50°F). Metal must be kept cool for any precision machining. This operation is no exception.
Case Neck Expanding Tool
Includes press adapter and one mandrel.
Virgin/competition Brass isn't quite ready to Neck Turn when you buy it. And the commercial die manufacturers have no set standards for the Expander button in their dies.
Large variations from manufacturing to manufacturing and even within a given manufacturing makes it necessary to properly size the inside diameter before turning.
Don't be fooled by slick talk. The turning pilot cannot be used to correctly expand the case neck because of the elasticity of the brass; it will spring" back and be too tight for proper Neck Turning.
The 7/8-14 Threaded Adapter fits your Normal Reloading press and the interchangeable Mandrels are sized to be the perfect companion to the K & M MICROADJUSTABLE Neck Turner. The EXPAND MANDRELS will iron out (smooth) and slightly expand the case neck so the brass will spring back to the correct size needed to neck Turn your Pet Brass.
This tool can also be used to expand up to a larger caliber; great for the Wildcatters.
To remove the DREADED DOUGH-NUT, adjust the bottom screw to stop the NECK EXPANSION just short of the DOUGH-NUT. Then the neck is the correct size for the K & M FLUTED CARBIDE neck turner pilot to remove said Dough-Nut.
Mandrels are available in cal. .17, .19, .20, .22, 6mm, .25, 6.5mm, .270, 7mm, .30, and .338. Each Mandrel has an adjustment screw to bottom-out in the Brass before the case mouth can hit the mandrel's shoulder.
Flash Hole Uniformer Tool
Hand Loader! Are you looking for improved accuracy? Accuracy demands consistency and precision in every operation and component used in hand loading. The brass case is very important and sometimes important details are overlooked--such as the Primer Pocket and Flash Hole inside of the case.
In cartridge manufacturing, the flash hole is "punched" into the brass. While this is the least expensive method, it has many shortcomings and inconsistencies. The flash holes, therefore, are of different sizes and shapes. The most detrimental to accuracy are the irregular "breakouts" and "burrs" on the inside. This will cause "shot-to-shot" differences in Primer "Flame Fronts", causing inconsistent pressure/velocity and, thereby, loss of accuracy. Bench Rest Shooters have been uniforming flash holes since 1969.
1. Reams / deburrs / chamfers
2. Provides case centering / alignment
3. Uniforms to pre-set, controlled depth (Independent of case length)
4. Screw-on, replaceable, cutter
5. Hex knob won't roll
6. One tool fits all standard rifle and pistol calibers
7. Made of steel and brass; no aluminum or plastic
8. Tool also available for P.P.C./ B.R. calibers please specify
Rifle or Pistol Primer Pocket Correction Tool
Now with an improved drive shank that will lock into your cordless screw driver chuck.
State size, ie; Large rifle, pistol, .50bmg etc... Manual handle also available.
Case Neck Chamfer Tool
K&M is proud to introduce an improvement to a long standing superb case mouth chamfering tool with a newly designed handle that provides improved depth stop fingers and a much needed set screw adjustment for precise cutter depth control. We still incorporate the same great cutter selection that uses a 4 degree taper per side that yields the finest case mouth chamfer for bullet seating for the competitive benchrest shooter and the demanding sportsman alike. The small tool uses a 3 flute cutter that chamfers cartridges from .17 caliber up to 6mm. The large tool uses a 6 flute cutter that chamfers cartridges from 6mm to .338 caliber.
A great benefit to this new handle design is that it is backward compatible with your existing tapered reamer cutter. If you already own a tapered reamer with the old style handle, you can upgrade to the new handle design by purchasing the new handle assembly and simply move your cutter to the new handle.
Several years ago Bob Pease wrote in an article, “For years I have refused to use any of the conventional deburring tools on the market. The taper is far too abrupt to prepare the case mouth for the bullet to enter smoothly. This is a very critical point in the assembly of accurate cartridges. I once saw a big gun shooter pinch the nose of a hollow point bullet completely flat with a pair of pliers. It went right into his excellent ten shot group. Next he took a pocket knife and put a scratch on the heel of a bullet so small it could hardly be seen. That bullet went out of the group by over ½ inch. Later I demonstrated this on numerous occasions to other new shooters. One cannot emphasis enough the need for complete protection of the bullet heel and base.”
Primer Seater Tools - Gauge Type
If you want the ultimate in hand priming tools - the K&M Primer/Gauge will fit the bill. Benchrest shooters seat the primer until they feel it touch the bottom of the primer pocket. Consistency is the secret to seating - with the K&M Primer/Gauge you have that consistency. This precision instrument employs a dial indicator ensuring that each primer is seated the precise depth required. Precise primer seating without this precision instrument cannot be accomplished.
Primer Seater Tools - Deluxe Type
If you want the ultimate in hand priming tools - the K&M Primer Deluxe will fit the bill. Benchrest Shooters seat the primer until they "feel" it just touch the bottom of the primer pocket. Consistency is the secret to seating - with the K&M Primer/Gauge you have that consistency.
The rugged press is used with hand dies at your home loading bench and at the range. Doesn't need to be clamped to the bench - the toggle link/crankshift design makes it an exceptionally smooth tool to "feel" the work being done, which is important when seating bullets. The RAM rides in Oilite Bronze Bushings.
Sized to fit in your loading box (Base - 3.75" x 5"; Height - 11"). The height, from ram to base, is adjustable from 2.9" to 6.2" with a .900" minimum stroke.
NOTE: To adjust head height, loosen (4) screws on back of column.
The force measuring model (optional attachements circled left) measures force by indicating the deflection of a spring pack assembly where one pound of force is equivalent to 0.001" as noted on the dial indicator. A dial indicator mounting block is added to the top of the ram. Mounted to the bottom of the ram is a small fixture that contains a stack of Belleville spring washers. Deflection of the washers moves a push rod; the movement of the push rod is measured by a dial indicator. Any standard dial indicator will work. Best is calibrated in .001" with either 50 or 100 divisions per revolution and a minimum travel of .250".
The force measuring model measures force by indicating the deflection of a spring pack assembly where one pound of force is equivalent to 0.001" as noted on the dial indicator.
A dial indicator mounting block is added to the top of the ram. Mounted to the bottom of the ram is a small fixture that contains a stack of Belleville spring washers. Deflection of the washers moves a push rod; the movement of the push rod is measured by a dial indicator. Any standard dial indicator will work. Best is calibrated in .001" with either 50 or 100 divisions per revolution and a minimum travel of .250". If you already have a K & M Arbor Press, the Force Option is an easy addition.
Dial Indicator Attachement
Dial Indicator attachement can be mounted to the top (circled on above press) .