THIS TOOL MAY BE OPERATED WITH EITHER UP OR
DOWN STROKE ACTION.
To change direction of movement of handle:
1. Loosen handle lock nut (SS-5), remove
handle (SS-4) from toggle block (SS-3).
2. Remove cross pin clip (9-G24) and
crosspin (SS-6). Entire toggle and shell holder assembly will then slip
down and out of tool.
3. Remove link pin from shell holder and
reverse shell holder on link. Replace link pin in shell holder.
Rotate complete toggle assembly one half turn and replace in tool, following
reverse of above procedure.
1. Your Pacific Standard "C" Tool must
be securely mounted on a sturdy bench and essential reloading parts, shell
holder, primer arm, and reloading dies installed.
2. Clean and inspect cases to be loaded.
Lubricate all cases with Pacific Case Lubricant
3. Place case into shell holder and move operating
lever causing shell holder to force case into sizing die. This operation
removes old primer and resizes fired case to correct dimensions.
4. Place proper size primer into primer arm cup, push
primer arm all the way into the slot in shell holder. Move operating lever
in opposite direction to remove resized case from size die. This operation
also reprimes case. Allow primer arm to move back into original position.
Continue movement of operating lever to remove case from size die and expand
5. Check case length, and trim with Pacific Case
Trimmer if necessary. Chamfer inside and outise of case mouth with Pacific
Chamfering and Deburring tool, after each trimming.
6. Charge case with proper amount of powder using
Pacific powder measure or powder scale.
7. Replace size die with bullet seating die.
8. Place charged case into shell holder and place
bullet over mouth of case. Move operating lever causing shell holder to
push case and bullet into seating die. This operation seats bullet.
9. Remove all lubricant from cartridge before firing.
These instructions cannot cover the entire process of
reloading metallic cartridges. Proper instruction by someone who is
experienced in this type of reloading will be of great help. If help of
this type is not available, it is suggested that you purchase one of the many
reliable handbooks now available at nominal cost.