I bought an extra .223 case feed adaptor and chucked it in a turn table on my drill press.
Turned it down to leave enough clearance for the tcm case. Of course now it is to short,but I was having trouble with the short tcm cases staggering and binding in the factory tube so I cut a longer tube with the
same od as factory and smaller id and fixed that problem. The transfer bushing is the green one used with the .223. I do not know if the small case feed plate will work or not . I use the large pistol
Plate and it works fine.
You will also need to order the tcm powder funnel from Dillon the .223 is to short.
I was having trouble crimping the round without pancaking the neck at the shoulder . I ordered a Lee factory crimp in 22 tcm and fixed that as well.
I have seen it stated that the case does not need to be crimped. I disagree, after trying a few uncrimped and having failure to feed and finding the projectile pushed into the case due to its lmpact with the feed ramp made me rethink that.
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