Re: brass polishing
What Michael Voigt said.
I used to own a "drum" type polisher (clothes drier tumbler type)... and it was the pits. The brass never got clean or polished.
I sold it to a guy that wanted to use it for moly, and I bought the large DIllon and the brass comes out like it was buffed on a wheel, and gold plated!
And we ALL know that shiny brass is much more accurate than dull brass [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img] [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]... but seriously last year I got a load of 50BMG brass soooo cheap I couldn't turn it down (I shoot a 50BMG)... 2,500 pieces for free! But it had been in the hold of a PBR in Florida, and was grungy and loaded with vertigris and crud.
I would load up the DIllon at night, and empty it in the morning, then load it up again and empty it in the afternoon... running 3 shifts a day 'til it was all done.
It ALL looks like new brass fresh out of the stamping mills.
Get a good quality vibratory machine and never loo back.]
I use corn cobb and a little of Dillon's blue stuff... that does it all.
[ 04-23-2003: Message edited by: CatShooter ]
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