Prepare your cases quickly and easily with the Hornady Lock-N-Load® Case Prep Trio. The 3 active stations allow you to chamfer, deburr and clean primer pockets without having to change tools, and the high-torque, low-speed motor delivers long-lasting use. The brushed-aluminum housing provides durability, and the onboard storage offers room for optional accessories (sold separately). Made in USA.
Features and Benefits
Allows quick and easy case preparation
Brushed-aluminum housing offers durability
3 active stations let you chamfer, deburr and clean primer pockets without having to change tools
High-torque, low-speed motor provides long-lasting use
Onboard storage for optional accessories like primer pocket cleaners, primer pocket reamers, case neck brushes or other 8-32 thread tools (sold separately)
Compatible with 110V or 220V power
Made in USA
What's in the Box
Hornady Lock-N-Load® Case Prep Trio
Inside and outside chamfer and deburr tools
Rated 1 out of
Very poor productI bought this worthless piece of equipment that broke one of the three accessories the first time I used it. The shaft fell out of the motor. The second time I used it the other shaft fell out of it. The motor itself runs fine but it is useless without the shaft. For $100 bucks its a joke.
I have all Hornaday reloading equipment. The Single Press works great A+ The digital scale works fine A+ The auto powder loader and scale is also an extremely over priced piece of junk, but it sure looks good setting on my reloading bench, it worked somewhat for about six months but always a pain in the backside to get going. But it sure looks nice setting there on my reloading bench. If I had to give it a star it wouldn't be anymore than one and that would be genoiurs. For the kind of money it cost it should work flawless, instead it just looks good setting on my reloading bench.F-
The hand primer tool is also junk, it broke after about 500 primers, but it was cheap,it looked cheap and it preformed as such also. Definitely a one star wonder.
The old saying you get what you pay for is true for a lot of things but sometimes you get jack no matter how much you pay for it.
O'well, another listen learned, the hard way.