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    I have used Brasso for years, with no ill effects. In fact, I have reloaded my 357 mag cases well over 20 times now, and there is not one iota of case degradation (these are fairly heavy loads - 16.5 grains Lil'gun with a 158 grain JHP). In fact, I remember reading an email from a Brasso customer service person (who was also a reloader), and he said that there just isn't enough ammonia in a couple of squirts of Brasso, mixed in with the media, to have an affect on the brass.

    All I to is put my new media in the tumbler, put in about a tablespoon or two of brasso, and let it run for 20 minutes. Ammonia evaporates quickly. After that, it's good to go.

    It's up to you, and anybody can use whatever they want, but I just would like to dispel that rumor that Brasso is going to eat your cartridges alive, burn down the house and kill your pets....
    -Joseph
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    Ya gotta watch this YouTube: prongpusher Yea, type it in!

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    type " prongpusher " into youtube.

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    Two tablespoons of Lemi-shine to a gallon of distilled water works great! I might not ever tumble/vibrate my brass again.
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    I always clean my brass with the primers still in place. This keeps stuff from getting into the primer pocket. My Lee dies do the sizing and decapping in the same die, so doing it this way saves me an extra step. I also prime the shells on the down-stroke after decapping.

    Georgia Rebel

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