Originally Posted by Broz
yes the two on the left look to have been too hot. But like said before this process needs to be done in a controlled method. I would worry if those two were too hot if they will even work back into the same hardness for consistent neck tension as the rest.
I love my bench source annealer. I doubt I would anneal at all if I could not so it consistently. Consistency is what we all strive to achieve.
After reading the article from the above reply it makes a lot more since. My original goal was to extend brass life. Never considered the accuracy benefit.
Have another question if you guys don't mind. My method for anealing was the extended socket and the drill. Put the brass in and spin the drill. Use the torch until you see it just start to turn blue. Got the method from the guy at ammosmith.com. I don't shoot competitively, hunting and long range practice, and I was wondering if this method is a waist of time.
I'm not trying to be lazy or cut corners, just new to anealing and need feedback on my current method.