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#3123990 - 01/14/13 08:01 PM all thats left is a tumbler
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Registered: 04/04/11
Posts: 3091
Loc: Lawrence Co. TN

I just about have my reloading setup after nearly a year, started with a rcbs rock chucker supreme master reloading kit, which i got for $250 nib shipped. Ive purchased several lots of brass/bullets/die from individuals each time keeping what i would need/use and piecing the rest out for a profit, almost to the point where i literally have $0 in my initial equipment. For example i purchased 2 huge boxes of brass a few bullets and a set of dies awhile back for $75, keeping the dies i have only sold 300 bullets and 58 pcs of brass for a total $100, and i still have several hundred bullets and brass.

This past Saturday i purchased the case mate prep center and a chargemaster combo. Now all i like is a vibratory tumbler. What do you guys think about this?
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#3124052 - 01/14/13 08:41 PM Re: all thats left is a tumbler [Re: Rockhound]
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Registered: 10/06/12
Posts: 202
Loc: Kingston Springs, TN

That is close to the one i have and it will do a fine job. i have tried the cob media and the walnut shell with the red crap on it (i hate the red crap) and like it well enuff. HOWEVER if I had it to do all over again stainless steel is the only way to go!

I use a buddies and i will say tremendously impressed. Brass cleaned like new inside and out, primer pockets looked like new and NO RED/GREEN residue. Made the wife promise that when i get a job thats what i am getting with 1st paycheck

#3124252 - 01/14/13 10:31 PM Re: all thats left is a tumbler [Re: Mid]
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Registered: 12/18/07
Posts: 16792
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the stainless or ceramic will work in a RCBS vibrating tumbler, I have been doing so for about 2 years not and have not had a problem

my standard size RCBS will handle the ceramic media, water, detergent and 100 .40-65 cases
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#3126370 - 01/16/13 10:46 AM Re: all thats left is a tumbler [Re: Chaneylake]

Registered: 08/01/07
Posts: 46480
Loc: Just North of Chatt-town


Here are a couple of low end ones that I'm planning to get one of I believe. My reloading quantity will be less than 60-80 at a time without a doubt, most likely not reaching 60.

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#3128678 - 01/17/13 06:05 PM Re: all thats left is a tumbler [Re: MUP]
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Registered: 09/03/08
Posts: 4764
Loc: Shelby County

The red media leaves an invisible film that will accumulate in your dies, eventually causing the necks to scratch so bad you wonder if they are safe. I can show you.....

The stainless steel is the only way to go. I got a sonic cleaner for brass that I now use for bolts, dies, triggger assemblies, knives (amazing how dirty they are), and soon will have it figured out how to clean the throat of some of my rifles.

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