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As of 05/17/21.
The 1050 Spent Primer Chute™ replaces the plastic spent primer cup on the Dillon Super 1050 reloading press*. Spent primers are routed through clear PVC tubing into any convenient waste container. The 1050 Spent Primer Chute™ completely covers the spent primer ejection port, creating a fully enclosed pathway for spent primers … so they simply can't bounce out!
No more spent primers bouncing out and onto the floor when you reload!
Comes with 3 feet of clear PVC tubing, long enough to route spent primers to a container on, or under, your reloading bench. Route it to a 5-gallon paint pail and you won't need to empty the spent primers for a very long time! You can even drill a 1/2" hole directly under the press, run the PVC tubing through the hole, and place a container under your reloading bench where it is out of the way.
— 1050 Spent Primer Chute™
— 3 Feet of Clear 1/2" PCV Tubing
— Installation Instructions
NOTE: Although the 1050 Spent Primer Chute™ is black in the photo showing it mounted on a press, the actual color of current inventory is blue. New photos are coming soon.
1. Remove the Spent Primer Cup and Spent Primer Cup Bracket.
2. Position the 1050 Spent Primer Chute™ and attach using the original screw.
3. Attach the tubing to the 1050 Spent Primer Chute™ and route to any convenient container under your reloading bench.
* For Super 1050 presses only. Will not fit on RL 1050 presses.
Recycle Those Spent Primers!
Primers are brass, not steel. A 2L Soda Bottle holds approximately 12 pounds of spent primers.
At the current recycling price for brass, that's about $18 per bottle!
|Patent No.: US D762,803 S
1050 Spent Primer Chute is a trademark of UniqueTek, Inc.
|3D Print Method||SLS (Selective Laser Sintering)|
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