doublej Posted February 12, 2014 Share Posted February 12, 2014 I have about 5000 military crimped 9mm that I need to process. I've used the two toolhead approach for 223 So my questions is this. Can I use this approach to do 9mm? I understand that cleaning primer pockets is a useless step but I like to do it. Here is what I was thinking Tumble Lube toolhead one: size, decap swage and clean primer pockets tumble Toolhead two Universal decaper (make sure no media) primer, powder, expand mouth, bullet, crimp. Doing it this way will assure non of the brass with have any lube on it (although one shot is suppose to help this) I tumble in SS wet media so tumbling after is not applicable. Lube isn't necessary for the belling of the mouth and the crimping correct? Thanks for the help this is a great forum! I did search for this topic but was unsuccessful. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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