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Published on Jan 24, 2010
The new Bench-Source automatic case neck annealing machine processes 500-600 cartridges per hour, of all sizes, from .223 up to the big magnums. Heating time from 1.5 to 10 seconds is controlled by a microprocessor. You can use either one or two heat sources. Note that the cartridge spins in place when it is at the annealing position, giving a uniform anneal. Flame height is easily adjustable and the unit has adjustable legs for leveling. The unit goes on sale in March 2010. Anticipated retail price is $449.50. (Note: the flame you see on some cases is burn-off of temp-indicating marker.)