Man, am I missing something, I'm trying my first rounds,(no haven't got together with an experienced guy yet to watch, can't wait that long) and in the Rockchucker kit there seems to be such a low level of instruction I am amazed,
For example, pick up the hand primer and there is nothing on it, look in the Speer book, basics on primer cleanliness and safety, nothing on this tool so I have to look it over and figure out the pin that pushes primer in is in a separate bag, have to basically guess which of two available is for large rifle primers and which side is up on the pin? Set ten thinking I am supposed to cleaning out these pockets right ,nothing in the book on that, I had read it else where about the auto machine working well on that job, am I supposed to ahve a tool to do that in this box I don't unless it is supposed to be the neck brush ??
I figured out the hand primer tool but am amazed they let people try to figure that out without detailed instruction?
Am I missing an instruction book or something?
Here's the Pertinent question for you guys, is there a source online that goes through stuff like that in detail, things like using a full length die to only neck size, do you have to adjust the primer remover pin to do that if you back the die up to not full length size, etc. ??
I am used to understanding completely how a tool works and I am finding myself having to figure this stuff out. almost by guessing and I am above average probably at machinist thinking.
Another example is the powder measure, extremely basic instruction on how to adjust that to release the same exact measure for your entire lot. Hard to grasp that yet so I'm using the scale and funnel for everything tonight on my first few rounds. I think I get it but it doesn't seem as precise as it should be.
Must be detailed diagram of these high end tools somewhere right?