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    Boolit Master
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    Pan Lubing BPCR Bullets My Way

    The subject article was recently published in The Single Shot Exchange Magazine. For those that are interested and do not have a subscription, click on the following link below.
    http://www.texas-mac.com/Pan_Lubing_...ts_My_Way.html

    Wayne
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    looks good
    try using the insert from a MTM 100 round box and a Silicon baking dish
    same thing, only different
    Silicon releases the lube without the use of any foil

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    I made my cake cutters different than most do no plunger to push bullet back out. I use appropriate brass tubing .030 wall thickness and wage the one end down so ID is bullet dia +.005-.008 over bullet dia for a length of .375-.500. On the back edge a piece of tygon tubing is glued to tubing to form a handle/grip. In use just push over a bullet and keep going the bullets fill the tube and when one is pushed in one comes out the top. the tubes original ID is ,010-.0145 bigger than the bullet so the push up easily with only the .375-.500 section holding them in. When finished a dowel pushes the last few thru.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4060MAY View Post
    looks good
    try using the insert from a MTM 100 round box and a Silicon baking dish
    same thing, only different
    Silicon releases the lube without the use of any foil
    Excellent suggestion. Sounds like an improvement to my technique. Thanks.

    Wayne
    NRA Life (Benefactor & President's Council) Member, TSRA Life Member, NSSF member, Author/Publisher of the Browning BPCR book.
    http://www.texas-mac.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by country gent View Post
    I made my cake cutters different than most do no plunger to push bullet back out. I use appropriate brass tubing .030 wall thickness and wage the one end down so ID is bullet dia +.005-.008 over bullet dia for a length of .375-.500. On the back edge a piece of tygon tubing is glued to tubing to form a handle/grip. In use just push over a bullet and keep going the bullets fill the tube and when one is pushed in one comes out the top. the tubes original ID is ,010-.0145 bigger than the bullet so the push up easily with only the .375-.500 section holding them in. When finished a dowel pushes the last few thru.
    thought everybody did it like that !

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