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Old 11-27-2012, 5:58 AM
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Originally Posted by rsrocket1 View Post
If you use One Shot Lube, be sure to let it dry completely before resizing. For pistol rounds, it might not be so critical, but for .223 it is the difference between a decent lube and a stuck case.
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Originally Posted by Grizzled Bastard View Post
Been reloading a whole bunch of calibers on a couple Dillon 550's with Dillon carbide dies since '85. Always used One Shot. I notice when I forget. I "aquired" a Taco Bell tray 20 years ago and that's what I spread my cases out on to spray-shake-spray them. I've had 1 stuck case that I can think of in all these years.
I use a ziploc baggy. Contains the mist of the spray lube.
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