Sunday 14 November, 2021
I like having all my prime pickup tubes in a handy location. The rack keeps the primer tubes from rolling under something else on the work bench and I can load more then one at a time.
Sunday 07 November, 2021
I bought one of these primer racks and collars. Liked it so much I bought another for the rest of my primer tubes. Well made and work great.
Monday 20 September, 2021
this make the loading area nice and tidy and you always know where the primer tubes are and none of this putting them down after filling just to find out that the primers of came out the top as I use the primerfill with it to fill the tubes to one end is always open. and this works great to load a batch of primers ready for loading
Wednesday 25 August, 2021
I reload in the garage. Here in Florida, it gets very hot and humid especially in the summer. I don’t want to leave powder or primers in the garage for fear of early degradation so I keep them in separate cabinets in my laundry room in the house. These primer tube hangers are very convenient. I set it up in a cabinet wall. I usually load three or four Dillon primer tubes at once using my DAA Primafill and keep them mounted to use when the mood strikes me.
Friday 02 April, 2021
This is a handy solution for storing all of my primer tubes. I tried using other but this is the best I've found.
Saturday 19 December, 2020
I like this rack well enough that I bought a second one. I mounted them on my under bench cabinet door, one inside and one outside (back to back).
Thursday 05 November, 2020
This organized my primer tubes where I don't have to worry about damage. Super product.
Wednesday 23 September, 2020
It works well on my reload bench,makes it readily available.
Sunday 30 August, 2020
Have been looking for a solution to properly store my primer pickup tubes.
The DAA Primer-Rack simply does the trick, after loosening the screw just simply slide it on to the primer tube (in my case Dillon) and after mounting it you are good to go.
Keeping them at hand and ready to go.
Alwin de B***n
Wednesday 05 August, 2020
An den breiten Rippem vertikal eine Kunststoffnase anbrigen (eine Art Haken) damit auch die schwereren magnetischen "Collars" des Autoprimer-Feeder von DDA sicher gehalten werden!