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Thread: Pan Lubing Is For The Dang Birds!!!!

  1. #41
    Boolit Buddy
    Join Date
    Apr 2011
    Location
    Massachusetts, South Shore
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    I've been using a brass tube with a handle soldered on to push down on the bullets in the pan after the lube cools a bit. It's just slightly bigger than the diameter of the stop ring so I hardly ever damage one. They're flat point so I just keep pushing down until they start coming out the top. It gets tougher as the lube cools more but I work in small bathes. I use the small plastic bubble pack stuff that comes on just about anything you buy now as the pan. Whatever is left over I just push right out of the bubble pack and into the double boiler. Yes, there is a little extra lube on the bullet but it's a stop ring bullet and when I push it into the case the extra skives off!

  2. #42
    Boolit Master
    Join Date
    Jan 2006
    Location
    Missouri Ozarks
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    I tumble lube everything, for handguns or rifles. I also shoot them as cast without sizing. No sizer sizes them closer to my barrels than my barrels do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAGTIC View Post
    I tumble lube everything, for handguns or rifles. I also shoot them as cast without sizing. No sizer sizes them closer to my barrels than my barrels do.
    that's fine, just not for bpcr. i gave up on bpcr greasers and prefer paper patching. for handguns, i've moved on to hit-tec coating and no lube mess from dipping or tumbling - less smoke and barrel residue, too.

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