Cleaning up Brass
James Adamson

Cleaning up Brass

Just been cleaning up some more brass in my new rotary tumbler. I wish I had changed to this system before now. 1 hour in stainless steel pins, hot water, a squirt of washing up liquid and half a teaspoon of citric acid and hey presto beautiful shiny clean brass inside and out. It's cheaper than the normal vibrating tumbler with walnut/corn media, faster and the results are 10 times better.
I never wash my shells.
From the .223 - .458 Win Mag
Up to 20 times I use them without any conspicuousness, or sort them out before.
I clean the neck with a pot-scratcher and the primer base with a screwdriver.
 

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