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Old June 30, 2011, 05:22 PM   #6
Rangefinder
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The thing I love about the 45-45-10 is the "drys hard" factor. Tumble lube is meant to go on very thin, and that's where most people get their healthy dislike for it--using way too much. But, even thin, it accumulates in the seater easily. I wipe off the nose of my LLA boolits after loading simply because that tackiness builds up in magazines after a while, in my plastic range cases, my thumb after loading magazines, and attracts every particle of dust within five square miles. 45-45-10 is a vast improvement over those issues.
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