Mark 7® SWAGESense™ Revolution® Evolution™ APEX 10™

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The first ever electronic sensor system that can stop the machine when unexpected primer pocked obstructions are sensed. (Not compatible with Dillon 650/750)

The swaging station adds a chamber to the inside of the primer pocket to ensure proper primer seating.  If there is an obstruction, it prevents the swage rod from entering the primer pocket by either a partially ejected primer (often called a "ringer") or a small primer pocket. SWAGESense™ uses Mark 7® proprietary technology to not only perform a swage operation, but can also detect a ringer and small pocket primers.

Advantages of using SWAGESense™ 

  • Swages the toughest military crimped brass
  • Detects small/large primer ringers particularly found in wet washed brass
  • Detects small primers in .45ACP brass
  • When encountering a blockage or small pockets (using large rod), it can stop the machine and alert you through your tablet
  • Dramatically reduces probability of breaking swage rods

SWAGESense™ is constructed using hard anodized aluminum and comes complete with two hardened chromoly swage rods - for both small and large primer pockets.

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