Re: Brass Tumbling
I always de-prime and neck-size my brass then clean it good in the ultrasonic cleaner.... Next I check the OAL and trim as needed followed by champering both the inner and outer neck rims..... Final cleaning and polishing is accomplished with the vibrating tumbler (corn cob media with a polishing agent ) is next,,,,, followed by picking all the tumbling media from the flash-holes.... My brass is now ready for reloading..... If I'm not going to be loading immediately after this prepping process I will place the brass in heavy duty freezer zip-lock bags and seal after removing as much air as possible....
I'm wanting to try the stainless steel pins in a rotating tumbler but just haven't got around to it,,,,,,,,,,, yet!!! I really can't see how the SS pins/rotating drum method can possibly leave the brass looking any better that my current method described above...