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Old 11-30-2012, 5:09 AM
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That rod needs to be tightened pretty tight. There is a very fine balance between tight enough to decap crimped primers and not so tight as to break the pin. I've broken a couple of pins and unfortunately they are part of the rod and the entire rod needs to be replaced. Lee kindly replaces them for free.
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