Thank you for taking the time to share. Is the desire to anneal to increase case life, to get more consistent neck tension or other?
I will probably go this route. I am a DIYer and like Spicoli, I have a mean set of tools.
I was getting a lot of case neck splits after shooting my service rifle loads at Puuloa. These are once fired LC brass loaded with 24.1 RL15 beneath a 77 Nosler seated at mag length. I had a RCBS X Die and now I just use a Lee sizer.
I was more curious in building - knowing that I still can with my limited set of tools. I have no drill press or access to a machine shop. If you have access to a shop or better tools - Id suggest the Annealerz design. Just 2 counter rotating drums.
We'll see if I still have neck splits
I finished annealing about 50 cases and resized them. I noticed that there is less force required to FL size them.
Some people say they can do the same amount in about the same time as this type of annealer but that requires a little more focus on each case.
It was fun.