Interesting interview on ELR

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Interesting interview on ELR




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Honestly I was hoping anyone at any level was able to walk away from this interview with something. The internet connection was a little weak and caused some of the drag. But I thought it turned out ok.


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I am going to try his “anneal after sizing” to see if it makes any difference for me. Also interesting was the double bumping shoulders and holding the ram down for 8 seconds to eliminate spring back in the brass.
 

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I started out counting the 8 seconds after I dropped the ram then would raise it - spin the brass a little and drop the ram for another 5 seconds, now what I done is during the eight seconds is I’m wiping off the lube on a finished piece of brass, chucking it in the bucket spinning the piece thats in the press, lubing a new piece of brass on the pad and then swapping it out - it takes 8 seconds to wipe the lube off and 5 seconds to roll the lube on. Makes better use of my time and I don’t have to focus on counting seconds.

The whole process that I do in which goes pretty fast

I will throw a batch of spent brass in a vibrating cleaner with corn cob and old dryer sheets-they collect the black residue good. Note this cleans the dirt and more so any carbon off of the necks - It saves my dies from grit wrecking the die and having to buff out the dies to correct the issue.

Then the double bump process. Note as explained.

Then I anneal them using a old Bench Source. Works great.

Then I brush the necks to get any burnt carbon out.

Then I wash the brass in Iosso brass cleaner - takes only seconds then the brass I flush them around some and shake out the Iooso then the brass goes to a pail of water right away. When the batch of brass is finished in which is fast - wear rubber gloves. I then rinse the brass really well in warm to hot water. From there they get spread out on a bath towel I then use a cotton glove grab 8 or 10 at a time and dry them very fast with a hot hair dryer. The brass cleans fast and looks like new. If you over wash or take to long you can fade out the brass. Small batches at a time in the pail of Iooso usually a dozen +/- and make sure you don’t get any on your other batches that are waiting

Then after the brass has been dried I run the brass necks again with a brush to make sure there is no hard water residue.

Then after a few minutes I prime the stuff and pour powder.


Just a few things I do and not saying it is the only way, but it works well for what I see on my end.
Any questions please ask and I will try to respond as soon as able.



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Ok, that was you in the interview. Good to know who you are talking to.
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Interesting interview on ELR




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I found the podcast on podbean and added it to my list. I follow Frank and @Caylen Wojcik stuff on there for the sad lonely drives throughout the country. Can never have too much material.
 

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