RCBS Releases Multiple New Reloading Tools

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posted on January 19, 2017
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RCBS has launched multiple products, including the new RCBS ChargeMaster Lite, the RCBS Vibratory Case Polisher and the RCBS Ultrasonic Case Cleaner-2.

The RCBS ChargeMaster Lite is a one-piece unit with an LCD touchscreen. The hopper holds almost an entire 7000 grains of powder, and can dispense powder charges weighing from 2 to 300 grains to the tenth of a grain in accuracy. Able to switch between 120 VAC and 240 VAC power supplies, it includes a cleaning brush and two calibration/check weights, and will have an MSRP of $299.99.

The RCBS Vibratory Case Polisher brings the ability to polish 14 pounds of brass combined with media at one time, and uses a quiet, thermally protected 120 VAC powered motor, along with a sifting lid to help separate the debris from the brass, and has an MSRP of $116.95.

Lastly, the RCBS Ultrasonic Case Cleaner-2 is nearly twice as large as the original, but now has a 6.3-quart capacity, and has been outfitted with a second heater to help clean brass and firearm parts more effectively. The LED unit is easily programmable, and the timer can be set to run a maximum of 30 minutes. It comes in a 120 VAC model that will MSRP for $399.95 or a 240 VAC model that will cost $429.95 MSRP.

For more information, go to RCBS.com.

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