We are proud to announce the Swage It Primer Pocket Swager for the Dillon XL750 bullet press. Included is the mount, small and large primer swages, and mounting hardware. Everything that you need to swage .223, .308 or any other calibers that utilize small or large primers. Also all of our products ship for free within the US.
Posted by Brian Smith on Jan 28th 2021
I had mine installed and lined up before it had even warmed up to the house from the mailbox. It is a gorgeous piece of machining that installs in literal seconds. I left the screws a little loose, stuck a de-primed piece of brass on it to center it good, and snugged the provided screws down. That simple and you're off to the races.
I'm using a case feeder and a decapping station so the process is effortless and VERY productive at making shorter work of this really tedious step in brass prep.
I figured out pretty quick that it really makes the process much better if you simply tap the top of the swager button with Imperial wax every so often and you don't have to work yourself at all.
Stop overthinking this and buy one.
Posted by Mike L Foster on Jun 17th 2020
Absolutely love this tool. I was actually just about to try to make my own version of this until I saw you guys beat me to it. I Love It!!! Works great, installs easy, fits perfect and does the job well. The first day I had it I swaged 2150, yes that 2150 .223 cases. Now I don't need to use the hand tool. You guys saved me potentially thousands of hours of work by inventing this tool. OUTSTANDING!!!
Posted by JD on May 25th 2020
I have only used it for 3 stake type crimps so far. Swages great. Tested many of my brass with the Ballistics Products primer pocket gauge. Snug, but fits. Perfect.
I gave 4 stars because I think the swager is a hair too tall. I have a universal deprimer in spot #1. The dillon xl750 press arm can't go down far enough to fully push the case into spot #1 causing problems. Problems such as bent case mouths when the case mouth crashes into the bottom of the deprimeing die.
Posted by Gene Lowry on May 21st 2020
While most crimped primer pockets may be encountered on rifle caliber brass, they are present on pistol caliber brass as well. 9MM being a NATO caliber is a likely candidate. After multiple interruptions reloading 9MM on my Dillon 750 because of primped primer pockets, Swage It proved to be a solution. It installed easily, worked flawlessly. True, it takes two operations, but two cycles through the press beats having to manually take a piece of brass out and externally swage it before returning to the loading cycle. It’s a big asset especially when you pick up range brass.
Posted by Joseph Ziegler on Apr 14th 2020
I bought this for my new 750 and it works flawlessly. Previously I was using a Lyman chamfer tool in a drill to remove crimps. That worked but when priming there was always a few cases that didn’t seat.
However, since switching to this every primer has seated and it takes a whole step out of the prep process. It’s easy to install and easy to swap back to priming. No adjustments needed, works straight out of the box.
All prices are in USD.