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    Can anyone recommend a good cordless driver?

    I have been uniforming primer pockets and trying to neck turn with a cordless drill, bulky and a pain in the ass, so would like an alternative.

    I know they make cordless screwdrivers and I have looked on reloading sites for them, but can't seem to find anything, was considering checking Harbor Freight.

    Anybody have one they recommend?

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    I ended up buying a Craftsman cordless 4v driver. It is convertible, so can leave it straight, or bend the handle 90 degrees.

    So far I am pleased with it, turned some brass today and it seems to have a decent battery life and you can run it while plugged in for continuous use.

    It also has a nice speed, that is about perfect for working brass, whether it be primer pockets or neck turning.

    The price was great too, was about $26.00 out the door.

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