One of the most frustrating problems with reloading is case failure. When the primer pocket becomes enlarged and will no longer hold the primer, the case is useless. Some shooters are even glueing their primers in with LOC-TITE! This is no longer a problem. By using the CASE SAVER, the primer pocket can be re-swaged to form a ring, or “SEATING SEAL” in the primer pocket.
Here is how it works:
1. The case is placed over the SUPPORT STAND.
2. The Guide Pin goes through the flash hole in the case and into the Guide Hole in the top of the SUPPORT STAND.
3. Rap the punch LIGHTLY until the primer pocket grips the PUNCH. This indicates the primer pocket diameter has been sufficiently reduced to allow a primer to once again be held firmly in the case.
4. This process can be repeated as often as the primer becomes loose greatly extending the life of the case.