I have not been using a primer pocket uniformer, but after reading the advice of some here, it seems like a good idea. Also some of my cases have been very difficult to prime, so I am now looking for one.
Currently I only load for my 30-06 so I only need the large rifle size, but I plan to load for both large and small rifle and pistol in the future. So far I have looked at the fallowing makes of uniformers.
Redding Hand tool large rifle Carbide - It is not adjustable so I would need a different one for large pistol, on the up side it can not go out of adjustment. Also I would need another for small rifle. Cost $28
Possum Hollow Carbide - This one is nice in that it includes a small cutter on the other end. However, some reviews say it is hard to adjust and does not stay adjusted. The up side is I could do every case type with it. Cost $26
Lyman Large, it does not say so I assume not Carbide - Some reviews said the handle was junk and others said it did not stay adjusted. I would also need a second for small primers, but not for pistol. Cost $17
Are any of these good choices? If you have an adjustable depth type does it stay adjusted, if it goes out of adjustment does it cut to deep? How impotent is carbide, I would not think it is needed for brass but I imagine that primer residue could be very hard.
Any experience you can offer would be great.