This is a discussion on Corrosion on empty brass within the MP Reloading forums, part of the Smith & Wesson MP Forum category; Can a good system be suggested? I've seen them, but no reviews. What are folks using?...
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|October 3rd, 2016, 02:54 AM||#17|
Join Date: Dec 2014
I use a Frankford Arsenal wet tumbler. I only use the SS pins on rifle cases (cleans primer pockets). The insides of pistol cases do not need to be shiny.
I use Turtlewax Car Wash/Wax and Lemi-Shine.
I would dry the cases in the sun. In Ohio, that presented a problem in the winter. I bought a cheap Harbor Freight food dehydrator to dry the cases.
I gave away my dry tumbler to a new reloader.
|October 3rd, 2016, 06:12 AM||#18|
Join Date: Oct 2012
I bought a Frankford Arsenal wet tumbler. I had buckets of brass that was covered with mud and really a mess. One hour in the wet tumbler and it looked like new. Really surprised me how well it worked. I do not use the pins, they are a real pain and my brass looks just as good without using them. I use the Turtlewax Car Wash/Wax, Lemi-Shine and about 1/4 cup of white vinegar then just dry in the sun. I have always used a dry tumbler but that would not have cleaned that muddy brass at all. If I can pick up my brass right after I shoot it I still dry tumble but for anything else wet is the way to go. I have done 5 five gallon buckets full of brass this summer and the Frankford tumbler is still running like new.
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