I have a set of these, with some additional tools, that were my Greatgrandad's. He used them to load for his old Elsie. I started reloading with them, until I got a Lee Loader, and eventually a Mec. One quickly learned lesson. That priming tool is made for brass cases. If you use it to prime cardboard or plastic shotshell cases, you will dish the case head. When you fire that load, the unsupported primer will back out, and the case will move down the barrel and be stuck partway down the bore. You have to pound pretty hard on pieces of dowel rod to get it out. Note, the use of the word pieces. Otherwise, they make good loads. I still use it to load my roll crimped black powder shells.
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