Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Docendo Discimus, Aug 11, 2022.
Now I buy it by the tub!
Ma Deuce butter!
I don't see a scenario where I need to get another tub. Ever. I bet I haven't used a teaspoon of it in over a decade.
I usually rub a bit on the inside of a quart ziplock bag, then put in a bunch of cases and roll 'em around till they're evenly coated.
Make sure ALL tumbling media has been removed and don't use too much wax or you'll get oil dents.
It took a metal toolbox in a trunk for four hours in the Florida heat. Melted all over my Lee loaders, bullets. primers, everything. This was maybe 1985/6 before I moved south to Vero. I did a lot of load development at the range back then.
I use it on all handgun cases.
My Unique, I have only a small depression in the tub, I don't load that many rifle any more.
I'm on my second can of one shot. It is a good product but I have stuck a few cases with it because I didn't let it dry all the way before sizing. I have never stuck a case with the wax.
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