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Hornady Aerosol Case Lube

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by hotajax, Apr 21, 2013.

  1. Lennyjoe

    Lennyjoe Mentor

    Dec 24, 2002
    Southwestern Ohio
    Heck with that, send it to me. I'll use it if you wont!
  2. 119er

    119er Active Member

    May 3, 2011
    I use it a lot and have had 2 stuck cases with it but i was new to reloading then also. I shake it really well and spray my cases neck up in a block getting it everywhere. Inside/outside of the necks, shoulders, body, everywhere. I do limit the amount that makes it onto the shoulders and necks though. Drying time is equal to my walk from the garage to the case feeder (about 10 seconds). I dump them in and get to work. Liberal application works for me and I don't skimp on this step. I use it only for progressive loading as the lube won't attract much dust/dirt while rolling around the case feeder bowl. For single stage Imperial Wax can't be beat IMO.
  3. gamestalker

    gamestalker member

    Sep 10, 2008
    SW Arizona
    BullFrogKen, so you mix alcohol with the Lee dry lube to make a spray on product? I like the way you think, and I'm am going to give that a whirl next time I'm working with bottle necks. I like that Lee dry lube and used it for many years before trying the Dillon spray on. But I'm always open to a positive change, thanks!
    Sorry, I didn't mean to hi jack this thread.
  4. winchester1886

    winchester1886 Member

    Jan 17, 2011
    Heart Of Texas
    Hornady One Shot

    :DI have been using One Shot to lube my cases since 1991 and have never had one bit of trouble. If someone had a case stuck in a die it was because you didn't get enough spray on it. I just set my cases up right on a piece of cardboard and spray the front and back then I wait about 15 minutes and they will be dry. I then size them I thank it is great !

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