“I got the tool today and used it while I watched a movie
with my wife. I deprimed at LEAST 500 rounds! I gave it to my 6 year old
daughter and she was doing it! WOW! What
a great tool!”
“It is nothing short of ingenious!! I know its simple,
I know it is not overly complex but I am massively
impressed with it.”
"This is so much easier than the long pull on my press"
"This is a real quality tool that is fun to use!"
Weight: 11 ounces
Outside Length: 5 inches
Outside width: 1 inch
Depriming pin diameter: .07"
Constructed from 01 tool steel heat treated to Rockwell 50C
Maximum case length: 3.075 inches
Maximum case width: .62 inches
Maximum case rim: .75 inches
Machined from a solid block of 6061 aluminum.
Black anodized finish provides a durable protective finish that resists scratching,
chipping, and abrasive cleaning solvents.
The Harvey Deprimer, invented and manufactured in Oregon.
To order see the "On Line Store" or money order to:
115 W. Airport Road
Lebanon Oregon 97355
Top right: A deprimed .338 Winchester Magnum
Middle right: Top view looking at a deprimed .338 Winchester Magnum inside the Deprimer.
Bottom right: Abrasive grit and grime that came out of the primer pockets of fifty 9mm casings that normally falls into your reloading press.
"Is there a warranty? What if the depriming pin breaks?"
The Deprimer is made to be as bullet proof as possible. The pin is made from hardened steel heat treated to increase strength. Thousands of rounds have been deprimed with no problem but if the pin breaks in the first 1000 rounds the part will be replaced at no charge. 30 day refund
"Why should I deprime
first? Why not when I am resizing
and save time?"
There is a lot of abrasive grit and grime in the primer pocket. If you deprime as the first step in reloading, the tumbling media can then clean out the flash hole. This prevents all that dirt and grime from falling into your reloading equipment.
You have to deprime first to clean out the flash hole . This is necessary for the new primer to seat properly. A large percentage of cases failing to fire are due to issues with primers.
Since the Deprimer fits multiple calibers, you save time by sorting cases by caliber as you deprime.
" I already have a
separate press set up to deprime so I do not need your tool."
The Deprimer gives you more options. Just as you have different firearms for
different purposes or different powders for different loads.
Our tool gives you the
flexibility to deprime away from the bench.
It is fast.
You do not need dies or shell holders.
Frees up valuable work space on your bench since you no longer need a dedicated bench mounted deprimer.