You know why you need or want to neck turn, but with so many different models on the market, which do you choose? The factors determining your choice of neck turning tools essentially boils down to three key demands; ease and repeatability of adjustment, comfort of use and cut finish. This tool absolutely satisfies these demands.
Our neck turning tool does not use a course or fine drive screw to move the cutter towards or away from the mandrel. We don’t utilize an unnecessary micrometer or dial indicator. Nor do we rotate the mandrel on an eccentric which changes the center of the cut and has inconsistent adjustment. Our Model A simply adjusts by moving the mandrel toward or away from the stationary cutter with VERY minimal backlash. The Model A utilizes a super-fine 80TPI drive screw with 25 indicating marks. This gives you .0025” adjustment between each mark, the marks have ample space between them allowing you to make adjustments as fine as .0001”.
· Adjustments of 0.0002” are easy to accomplish
o (0.0001” adjustments not out of the questions)
· Accepts PMA or Sinclair neck turning mandrels
o Also accepts K&M mandrels with the use of an adaptor
· Carbide cutter should never go dull
o Available in multiple cutter angles
1. 30˚ for a wide variety of cartridges. BR, PPC, 6.5x47 and most RSAUM
2. 30° for short-neck cartridges such the 204 Ruger
3. 35˚ for 284 and WSM family cartridges
4. 40˚ for improved cartridges
5. 17.5˚ cutter for 30-06 family
6. 20˚ cutter for 308 family and 338 Lapua
7. 23˚ cutter for 223 family
8. 28˚ cutter for 22-250 (also work for 6mm Rem)
9. 40° for short-neck cartridges such as the 6mm Dasher
10. 25° for .300 Win Mag, 7mm Rem Mag, etc...
· Replacement cutters available separately
· Large ergonomic design
o Fits the hand well with good heft without being too heavy
o Size & shape keeps the tool easy to control under the torque of a case lathe or power drill