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Turret Press Primer Arm #TP2122

  
  

The first time I tried to install it I quickly found that it would not fit my Lee Classic Turret Press. The "T" shaped configuration was not compatible and wouldn't work at all.

 

Turret Press Primer Arm #TP2122

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I purchased this primer arm after I dropped and chipped the one that came with my new Turret Press. It had a "T" shape to it rather than an "L" shape and was designed for both large and small pistol primers. After reading the only review on MidwayUSA I decided to buy it since it was only seven dollars.

Lee 3 Hole, 4 Hole Turret Press Primer Arm
MidwayUSA.com Product #: 117855
Our Price: $7.29 (as of 2/4/10)
Lee Part No. TP2122

Press Primer Arm
For both small & large pistol primers.

The first time I tried to install it I quickly found that it would not fit my press. The "T" shaped configuration was not compatible. The arm was also too thick and just would not fit.

It would have been nice if it would have worked since the one part has the capability to prime both small and large pistol primers (less parts to store and keep track of). I could find no information on the internet regarding the installation and use of this product so I wrote the Lee Company an email regarding the primer arm. I never received a response.

CAUTION
BEFORE YOU PURCHASE THIS ITEM, CALL THE LEE COMPANY FIRST TO MAKE SURE IT WILL WORK IN YOUR RELOADING PRESS

 

Feedback & Comments

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March 05, 2012
Dear Sir, I hope you can help me please. i am trying to purchase a lee number TP2122 i have tried all over the uk but with no luck , then i came across your site and found the item if u could let me know the price with post and packing i would be very pleased many thanks
John

Response - John,

I don't sell them and it looks like they are no longer being made. I would contact the Lee company and see what they have to say.
http://leeprecision.com/frequently-asked-questions.html

Best regards,
Tanner

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