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Step 4 | rough

Shell trimming is best done with either a bandsaw or a coping saw.  In our shop, we use a band saw for rough trim. 

When you’re first starting out, you could use a pencil line as an aid when trimming your shells.

Here you can see our approach to trimming shells.  You’ll find what works best for you with your saw in no time at all. 

With OWB holster shells, I like to trim off the bulk of the excess material first, and then go in for the finer cuts. 

When you’re done, your trimmed molds will have very rough edges, and that’s normal at this point


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