650 Live Primer Chute
650 Live Primer Chute
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The UniqueTek 650 Live Primer Chute eliminates the "ski jump" effect ... preventing primers from falling onto floor. It captures primers and holds them for reuse.

The UniqueTek 650 Live Primer Chute is a "drop-in" replacement for the original Dillon Primer Chute (part #16210) and takes just minutes to install.

Features
Higher Sidewalls Retains Primers
Easier to Remove Captured Primers
Direct Replacement for OEM Part
No Tiny Bottle to Fumble With

NOTE: Will Not Work on Certain Older XL 650 Presses
Dillon Primer Chutes The 650 Live Primer Chute will not work on certain older XL 650 presses. The Primer Chute on these older presses also serves as the mounting bracket for the Spent Primer Cup and looks like the one on the left in this photo. The UniqueTek 650 Live Primer Chute, does not have a place to mount the Spent Primer Cup.
If the Primer Chute on your press looks like the one on the right in this photo, then the UniqueTek 650 Live Primer Chute will work.


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Customer Reviews

Average rating from 5 reviews: 4.8 Showing: 3 of 5 Show All
Live primer chuteI have large fingers and this chute makes it so easy to retrieve live primers. I have 5-650's and this chute is on all of them Written by Louis Chapman on Fri 21 Jun 2019 7:38:19 PM GMT
A simple, but effective solutionA simple, but effective solution to those pesky little live primers launching themselves to the floor (where it takes at least 5 minutes to find them) as if they are an Olympic Ski Jumper! A little overpriced, but still worth the money. I recommend this product Written by Tom Blankenship on Fri 7 Dec 2018 5:27:35 PM GMT
Better primer chuteGot this about a year ago and it does just what its supposed to. The primers no longer fall out on the floor rather they stay in the chute. Also they are easy to retrieve with your fingertip when ready. The blue color matches the press for a classy look. Only negative is the printed plastic is somewhat brittle and I cracked mine. It still works well though just need to be careful -well worth it. Written by Patrick Hogue on Sun 19 Aug 2018 10:29:12 PM GMT
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