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Thread: alox additive?

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    alox additive?

    i.m going to use a different lube.


    Emmert's Lube with lanolin:
    50% beeswax,
    40% white Crisco (like Mama used to make biscuits with)
    10% canola cooking oil.

    To that I've added about 6-7% anhydrous lanolin. The lanolin is a good high temp, high pressure lube and it's sticky. It helps the lube stick to the bullets, and helps make it better for pan lubing
    Last edited by 500Linebaughbuck; 08-05-2018 at 01:33 AM. Reason: sorry

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    Crisco is vegetable shorting. Use SnowCap Lard. 100% rendered pork fat.
    Just make sure it's not salted. Mixed with beeswax and a little lanolin, May not
    even need the cooking oil. If too soft add more beeswax. Good lube.
    webfoot10

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BP Bronze Point IMR Improved Military Rifle PTD Pointed
BR Bench Rest M Magnum RN Round Nose
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