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Anyone know what kind of life expectancy to get out of the cutter on these?

Also, where does one get a new cutter and how expensive are they? WD
 

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Thanks!!

I appreciate the reply.:) WD
 

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Also Sinclairs I think handles the K&M.....

as well as their own turner. You may want to check their web site as well.

http://www.sinclairintl.com/
 

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With their cabide cutter...

I doubt you will wear one out in what's left of your lifetime (you ol' phardt!!)

James Phillips handles them still, I believe.

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WD..........

I too don't know if a guy could dull one cutting brass but, what you could do is see a saw/knife sharpener and have them touch it up. Or, if you have a machinist handy they could probably do the same on a mill.

Just a thought.
 

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I know that Ken at K&M Products sells the replacement cutters. I've spoken w/ him a couple of times and he is very nice to deal with! Don't know how much they are though. He has a little pamphlet with the turners & priming seating tools & other stuff as well. Sam
 

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K&M will resharpen your cutter. I sent three cutters to Ken to resharpen and I think it was under 7 bucks. I bought three used K&M turnes at the Super Shoot two years ago for $100 and didn't know how much they were used.
 
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