Frankford Arsenal Vibra-Prime Automatic Primer Tube Filler

Priced: $54.99 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Frankford Arsenal Vibra-Prime Automatic Primer Tube Filler -
For quick and efficient reloading, Frankford Arsenal's Vibra-Prime Automatic Primer-Tube Filler can load 100 primers into a primer tube in just a few seconds. Using a unique motorized agitation mechanism, slow reloads are a thing of the past. The Vibra-Prime tray possesses circular auto-indexing ridges to quickly prepare your primers for insertion. The filled tubes are easily transferred using the included universal-tube adapters and the drop pin ensures smooth delivery. Includes one primer tray, one small and one large primer tube, and two universal adapters. Requires two AA batteries (not included).
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Frankford Arsenal Vibra-Prime Automatic Primer Tube Filler Reviews:


Good tool with minor quirks

I use the Vibra-Prime with my Hornady progressive press, where I will typically load between 500 and 1000 rounds in a session. The Vibra-Prime tool has proven its worth by making the task of loading primers faster and easier. Note that the tool does not eliminate the job of flipping primers - that is still a task that has to be done "by hand" - nor will it eliminate the need to be diligent and careful. There are two quirks to be aware of that fall into the "diligent and careful" category, which is why I think this is a 4-star tool. First, when flipping primers in the tray, it is necessary to pay attention to ensure that primers do not drop out of either of the exit arms of the tray. I could not identify a "trick" to consistently flip small primers while keeping primers away from the exit arms. The tray cover is installed after primers are flipped, and at that point only one of the arms will remain open for feeding primers into the primer tubes. Second, when the primer tray assembly is installed into the vibrating tool handle, the tool and tray must be oriented so that primers do not fall out of the tool while the primer tube is being attached to the tool. The primer tube cannot be attached before the primer tray assembly is attached. and one mis-step can result in primers falling I learned near the end of a reloading session.
EricJK at Cabelas on 12/22/2013

Fastest reloader in the North East

I am nothing if not a safe reloader. I talk to people who rate their presses on the output speed (as most manufacturers also do). I rate my reloads on their quality not quantity, I find reloading rhythmic and meditative. Now back to the subject...Filling primer tubes is the least enjoyable, most stressful part of reloading. This primer tube filler has made a serious dent in my reloading time. I now fill 5 tubes in half the time it took to fill one. Yeah, every once in a while a stray primer will hang or take a bad flip, but it is easy to keep them out of the tube. Besides, this is so much faster than doing it by hand that even if you had to redo a tube once in a while you would still save tons of time and stress. Worthwhile investment!
nookane at Cabelas on 09/17/2013

Love it

Have a Hornady lock n load for loading pistol rounds for Idpa and three gun matches.Never really have time to load the way I want because of work and raising a family.Worst part was primer pick up sticks..This thing saved so much time. Probably loaded another 50 rounds when I would have been still using primer pick up sticks...
jugmax at Cabelas on 08/10/2013

handy tool

When I got mine home it did not work, I called the manufacteror and they sent me a new one no questions asked and it has worked flawlessly, saves a lot of time
BHVaq at Cabelas on 09/10/2013