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Sharpshooter Primer Cup Maker

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$56.25

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Description

Use this tool to stamp out your own primer cups. We developed this product to address the primer shortage.

1. Use commonly found roof or aluminum valley flashing

2. Cut the aluminum, comes in a roll, into approx. 1″ wide strips. Strips can be as long or short depending on how many pcs you are going to punch out.

3. Place the strip into the slot on the side of the tool. Now using an arbor press (a press from harbor freight is a great inexpensive option) press the top of the tool until it cuts through the aluminum. A primer cup has been formed. Relax the arbor press. Move aluminum strip ahead about .75 – 1″ Repeat until the desired number of primer cups have been formed.

4. After about 10-20 strokes the primer cups will automatically start to come out of the top hole of the tool. No need to take each cup out after every stroke.

It is recommended to use a small amount of light oil to lubricate the top and bottom of the tool and the aluminum flashing.

WARNING: This product can expose you to Lead, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to – www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Additional information
Weight 0.25 lbs
Dimensions 1 × 6 × 4 in
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4.91 of 5
Reviewed by 11 People
  1. Jim persinger

    Nice Product very handy during a shortage East to use wish it was in stock though I need a few more

    Jim persinger

  2. VAUGHAN HOUGER (verified owner)

    I’ve been experimenting with various metals; can’t seem to locate a galvanized flashing that is 17 thousandths thick (gauge). So, I’ve not been successful in producing a primer cup. But, I’ll keep trying.

    VAUGHAN HOUGER (verified owner)

  3. M A Matteson (verified owner)

    M A Matteson (verified owner)

  4. AlbeOutLaw176

    it’s not Aluminum What you need to use is the Galvanized roof flashing or sheets which is a steel sheet roll from 2 inch to 4 feet wide to what ever you would like to buy how wide is up to you . How wide you would like to buy it 0.0017 of an inch is like 28 gauge is .017 of an inch or .187 or .156 this is like 30 gauge & 29 gauge. buy a Eastwood Sheet Metal Gauge and look for .0187, .017 and .0156 I know because I’m making them right now what you are looking for is the 30 , 29, and 28 gauge pick buy a piece of each see which one you would like I think the 28 gauge is the .017 of an inch. look for yourself.

    AlbeOutLaw176

  5. AlbeOutLaw176

    it’s not Aluminum What you need to use is the Galvanized roof flashing or sheets which is a steel sheet roll from 2 inch to 4 feet wide to what ever you would like to buy how wide is up to you . the thickness you would like to buy is .0187 , .017 or .0156 of an inch is like 28 gauge is .017 of an inch or .0187 or .0156 thickness this is like 30 gauge & 29 gauge. buy a Eastwood Sheet Metal Gauge and look for .0187, .017 and .0156 I know because I’m making them right now what you are looking for is the 30 , 29, and 28 gauge pick buy a piece of each see which one you would like I think the 28 gauge is the .017 of an inch. look for yourself. I use all three sizes

    AlbeOutLaw176

  6. Carl

    I bought this and the Prime All priming compound. I use aluminum soda pop cans. I have made over 100 of them and they work great in my percussion revolvers. And my cap lock rifles.

    Carl

  7. Johnny Scism (verified owner)

    Johnny Scism (verified owner)

  8. Scott McDonald (verified owner)

    Scott McDonald (verified owner)

  9. M A Matteson (verified owner)

    The only problem is I have used them yet. Saving for a rainy day if needed.

    M A Matteson (verified owner)

  10. Robert P. (verified owner)

    Wonderful lttle tool, cups come out perfect

    Robert P. (verified owner)

  11. William Wright

    What do you use to make them go off???????

    William Wright

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