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Thread: Dillon case lube ??

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    Boolit Master
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    Dillon case lube ??

    Any harm to very light spray 9 mm cases before resize them threw my carbide die.
    I seem to get a few cases can be a ***** to resize.
    I broke my decaping pin yesterday
    I stop by the LGS was looking for One Shot lube
    All they had was Dillon case lube

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    None at all.

    Carbide dies do not REQUIRE lube. NOTHING AT ALL wrong with lubing anyway.

    Watch for berdan cases... they are hell on decapping pins.

    CW
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    Dillon lube works great. I use it on 9mm and 30 Carbine cases sized in carbide dies. I clean the lube off after sizing or loading with 15 - 20 minutes tumbling in sawdust.
    Larry Gibson

    “Deficient observation is merely a form of ignorance and responsible for the many morbid notions and foolish ideas prevailing.”
    ― Nikola Tesla

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    Not at all and actually is a good idea.
    "They" all say you don't need lube with carbide but you know what.....it makes sizing a LOT easier.
    It's also easier on the die....I been doing it for 40 years....ever since I pulled a carbide ring out of a set of Lyman AA dies.....lubing makes the cases not only go in easier but come out easier .
    Gary
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    Thanks

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