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How Do You Lubricate Brass?

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Ive found that what works really well for me is to get a large(old) beach towel,put a few dabs of LEE case lube on the towel,spread the "blobs" of lube out a bit,then pour on a 1000 or so cases at a time,then pick the whole lot up an agitate it to and fro for a minute os so.Puts a really fine layer of lube on.

LEE lube is a lot cheaper than the spray lubes and lasts for quite a few thousand rounds of reloading.I usually tumble the rounds for a few minutes after loading them to get the lube off.

I thought I was the only one doing that!!!

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I use a card board box such as a beer or sort drink case, cover the bottom with a old towel. Spread the brass in the bottom and spray very lightly. Pick up the towel and roll the brass around a little bit and dump it into the case feeder. I use one shot and dont take it off. If ammo feels greasy or oiley after loading you are useing too much lube.-----Larry

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Spray w/one shot. Roll brass around and tumble afterward.

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The used "Bounc" laundery dryer pads are very good. with one in each batch after the fith one the dust is very low when you dump it out. And no... static cling :huh:

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