AndyC wrote:That's about 4 hours in corn-cob media with a little liquid car-polish added (about a thimble-full). I just aim for clean, they don't have to sparkle but these turned out nicely.
They're all once-fired factory cases for my bolt-gun so I can't say at this point yet, but when I've neck-sized only for my FAL (and with semi-decent local brass) and warm loads, I was getting about 6-7 loads per case before the necks split.
I haven't bothered annealing my brass in a few decades, although I probably should start again now that I have a rifle accurate enough to benefit from it - but it's early days yet in loading for it so that's the last thing I'm looking at right now ;)
Thanks. I've heard about adding the liquid car wax but never talked to anyone whose actually done it. Good to know. I've been using crushed walnut and about to switch to stainless steel. I heard some good results from it. And I think I'll give the car wax a try as well. Thanks much.
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