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Case cleaning method?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by Gary O, Jun 7, 2011.

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  1. Gary O

    Gary O Member

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    Getting ready to jump back into reloading and need a case cleaner of some sort. What say you?
     
  2. rcmodel

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    A vibrator tumbler is the only way to fly.
    Any of the reloading manufactures sell good ones.
    As does Cabala's, Midway USA, Berry, etc.

    I don't think you get much more for a lot more money from RCBS or Hornady or Lyman, other then the brand name decal and bowl color. The same manufacture makes a lot of them for other companies.

    I have a Dillon that is at least 20 years old and still going strong.

    Use Walnut media & liquid case polish for heavy dirt & staining.

    Use Corncob & polish for a knock-your-eyes-out shine.
    But it won't remove stains and such like walnut will.

    rc
     
  3. Twiki357

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    Wath you prices on the vibrator tumblers, especially on e-bay where prices seen to run almost double the retail cost. Check your local gun shops. Prices can vary a lot from one store to another on the same (or comperable) make and model.
     
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    From a cheap cost effective solution, vibratory is the way to go. Berry's makes the tumblers for Cabela's (this I'm sure about) as well as others.

    For Corn Cob media, go to Drill Spot. You'll get 40#s for $27 delivered.

    For Walnut Media, go to E-Pet Products, you'll get 50# for $27.34. Shipping is not included and will depend on where you live and shipping method.
     
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