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Where to buy Imperial Die Wax

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Ray, Apr 20, 2003.

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  1. Ray

    Ray Member

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    I just performed a search on case lube and read about Imperial Sizing Die Wax. Have never heard of it and would like to know where to get some, how much does it cost and what consistancy (ie liquid, paste, solid). Also, is it easy to use?

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    Ray
     
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    Sinclair International, about $4.

    This is the best case lube....period. A little goes a long way.

    Much thicker, but similar in consistency to vaseline.
     
  3. 50 Shooter

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    I use Unique case lube from Hornady and have used Imp. also for FL sizing .50 brass. Just remember that all you need is very little, once you get some on your hand and fingers it goes a long way.
     
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    Ditto on the review of Imperial Sizing Die Wax, it is the best stuff out there.
    I bought some from Sinclair last year when I was forming up some 6BR cases for a XP100 I own. Very slick, best case lube I've used. It's a keeper for sure on my bench.
     
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    357Man, suggest that you check into Lapua for your 6BR cases - Already formed, small flashhole, and VERY consistent...
     
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