This is not a big issue but I do notice lube on reloaded ammo as the rounds
tumble off the Dillon 650 into a bin and when I later pull t hem out and test them all in a case gauge, I find residue on cases and of course on noses of bullets. Not so much a case using stick lube when lubing but definitely happens on Lee Liq. Allox lubed bulelts.
Don't like the gummy potential of that on ammo. I took a 50 rd batch and put in my old Thumbler Tumbler slow rotating drum with corn cob media. Let it roll for 15 minutes while I did other reloading tasks and pulled the ammo out.
No lube on bullets or case. No change of performance at the range.
Yes, I could have manually wiped them off with a paper towel and the lube residue is minimal and not a huge concern but...... nice clean ammo does function better and no residue mounts up in the magazines.
I dunno .... this seems to work okay. Anyone else have a opinon?