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Thread: New RCBS lube-a-sizer 2 - YES!!!

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    New RCBS lube-a-sizer 2 - YES!!!

    It is way easier than hand lubing and way less messy than pan lubing!
    Lubed about 50 soft low velocity rounds and about 100 hard GC high velocity rounds today with Ben's red.
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    Oh yeah...... nice sizer. Good choice!
    Colt 1860, it just feels right.

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    I don't think I pan lubed more than 100 cast bullets before I bought my LAM2. Worth every penny.
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    I don't think I would go back to pan lubing, even if all the sizers were to disappear.
    I would use BLL and tumble. That's pretty fast and clean and will handle most calibers. But I'm not giving up my 8 lubesizers without a fight.
    Colt 1860, it just feels right.

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    Probably pan lubed a good 20000 rounds before got RCDs luber sizer for christmas . after using it I can't believe I went through all that. Anyone who would rather pan lube probably never used a luber sizer . used to say pan lubing works fine couldn't have been more wrong . absolutely fell in love
    with rcbs luber sizer. It is a great choice. Good luck and happy loading.

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    I have a Lyman 45, a Lyman 4500 and a LAM2. The RCBS is my favorite of the three.
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    I love the lubesizer! It lubes boolits much better than I do by hand!

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    Oh, it blows pan lubing away!!! I actually find it more relaxing than a chore. I really look forward to sitting down with a nice bucket of bullets and running them through the luber, usually while watching football on the tube.
    Colt 1860, it just feels right.

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    I've never used the RCBS lube sizer.It seems to be a good unit.I have a Lyman 45,three lyman 450's and a Lyman 4500.All set to lube size different diameter bullets and with different lubes.I certainly don't want to go back to pan lubing and sizing with a Lyman 310 tool.I could use another sizer for SPG lube though.

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    Right now the RCBS units are out of stock most places or priced too high, $200> elsewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 44Blam View Post
    It is way easier than hand lubing and way less messy than pan lubing!
    Lubed about 50 soft low velocity rounds and about 100 hard GC high velocity rounds today with Ben's red.
    I remember my first time using a Lube sizer (which came shortly after I attempted to pan lube, which was a disaster), it was great fun, and I thought, HOW NEAT !

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    I have the Saeco lube-sizer and have been very happy with it. Recently I've started in shooting BPC's and could use another sizer for the BP lube. WOW! have the prices gone up since I got mine. Thanks for posting about your RCBS units. Good to know you guys are happy with yours. Gp

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    One of these days I will be in the market and grade to here about the current choices. My Lachmiller is getting down the line and repaired many time. Thanks for the update on the new stuff.

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BP Bronze Point IMR Improved Military Rifle PTD Pointed
BR Bench Rest M Magnum RN Round Nose
BT Boat Tail PL Power-Lokt SP Soft Point
C Compressed Charge PR Primer SPCL Soft Point "Core-Lokt"
HP Hollow Point PSPCL Pointed Soft Point "Core Lokt" C.O.L. Cartridge Overall Length
PSP Pointed Soft Point Spz Spitzer Point SBT Spitzer Boat Tail
LRN Lead Round Nose LWC Lead Wad Cutter LSWC Lead Semi Wad Cutter
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