Harvey Deprimer Any Good?

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Harvey Deprimer Any Good?

Post by Guest on Sat Aug 30, 2014 9:42 pm

Has anyone tried this?  I have not.  

http://www.harveydeprimer.com

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Re: Harvey Deprimer Any Good?

Post by Wes Lorenz on Sat Aug 30, 2014 11:56 pm

I have this one and have used it for years without any issues.
http://www.neiljones.com/html/decapping_tool.html

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Re: Harvey Deprimer Any Good?

Post by Guest on Thu Sep 04, 2014 7:39 pm

I sprung for the Harvey Deprimer tool.  Just received it and it is made like a tank and works as advertise.  Works easily on my .45s and my .284 rifle brass as well.

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Post by guncheese on Thu Sep 04, 2014 9:56 pm

this must be a echo thread !
ill be gettin one next month
the brass is almost hip deep around here!

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Re: Harvey Deprimer Any Good?

Post by DavidR on Fri Sep 05, 2014 11:48 am

so is it easy to press a primer out or does it take a lot of hand pressure?

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Re: Harvey Deprimer Any Good?

Post by Guest on Fri Sep 05, 2014 9:57 pm

Very little pressure for 45 ACP.  

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Re: Harvey Deprimer Any Good?

Post by paw080 on Sat Sep 06, 2014 11:49 am

Holy Cow Chip: buy the Lee Universal Decapping and depriming die from Midway; for $12.99 instead

of this Harvey tool priced at $50 Cool .  The Lee die is mounted on your press, which I assure you, takes

FAR less effort to deprime than the Harvey tool. I've had and used my Lee die for at least three years,

and the primers and residue drop down the clearance plastic tube in my Lee press. Military crimped

primers are child's play when depriming on a press.  The depriming process is not one that needs

a delicate or sensitive feed back such as using a hand priming tool.

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Re: Harvey Deprimer Any Good?

Post by DavidR on Sat Sep 06, 2014 12:32 pm

The portability is a plus, carry it and a bag of brass while waiting in the car for the wife to shop !

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Re: Harvey Deprimer Any Good?

Post by Guest on Sat Sep 06, 2014 9:56 pm

Also watching a football game from my LazyBoy while depriming is nice:-)

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Re: Harvey Deprimer Any Good?

Post by Jaymo on Thu Sep 18, 2014 9:44 pm

I really don't want to get all that residue from lead stypnate primers on my hands, and I sure don't want it in my car or my den.
I can understand and cannot argue against the handiness of it, but I don't think it will suit my needs at this moment.

If I want to deprime in the den, I can easily carry my portable reloading stand/RCBS Partner Press to the den.

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Re: Harvey Deprimer Any Good?

Post by guncheese on Thu Sep 18, 2014 11:05 pm

i wear 1 rubber glove when i decap
speaking of which   i better get to it  ive got about 75lbs of pistol brass to decap  i cant keep up anymore

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