Primer Light for LoadMaster

The Pro 1000, Load-Master, and the Auto Breech Lock Pro

Primer Light for LoadMaster

Postby EdgeOfEden » 11 May 2018 11

Some time ago I installed a primer light for station 3. I really like it. I very seldom have a missing primer, but when I do, this let's me know right away. In fact, it's actually a little brighter than shown in the picture. It's also more effective with water tumbled clean brass. I can actually use it with tumbled .223/5.56 brass if I want to prime on press. Again, my primer works very well.

I ran my wiring up through the ram. I'm funny about drilling into my reloading equipment. :lol:

One caveat: The light tends to wash out, if you are running LED lighting on your press or you try to use it directly under bright florescence. You don't have to run in the dark, you just have to be careful with the lighting.
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Re: Primer Light for LoadMaster

Postby akuser47 » 11 May 2018 16

It's smart to put in safety measures just in case. I'm still a single stage user so I hand check mine as its slow going anyway.
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Re: Primer Light for LoadMaster

Postby EdgeOfEden » 11 May 2018 18

:lol: Well, yes it is kinda of a safety measure. I just like it because it keeps powder from going everywhere. It used to be when I saw powder on the shell plate and then in the receiving bin, I knew I was missing a primer--Ugh! Time to clean up the press.
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