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I am thinking about upgrading my press to a rockchucker, Midway has them on sale for $89 bucks.

Question:  Is there a primer catcher?  Or do they just poke out and fall on your bench?

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Hi, Matt:
  Looks like they have a catcher.
http://www.rcbs.com/equipmentframe.html

  The Rockchucker does have one limitation. It's stroke is too short for some of the old English and Sharps cartridges, and the Ultra Mag boys think they're marginal.  Lyman & Redding presses can handle them.

Bye
Jack



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Rockchucker definatly has a primer catcher. It's a piece of plastic that you can attach during depriming, resizing operation.
 

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I place a small hunk of thin cardboard (2" x 4" size not critical) around the front of the press inside of the primer collector.  It helps to block bouncers which sometimes happen.  With this I seldom have a primer hit the floor.
 
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