Necessity of tumbling?
One more thread from a newbie - I'm sure it won't be the last
As I have stated in a couple other posts, one of the manuals I am currently reading is the 1986 Reloaders Bible.
In it, it is suggested that a tumbler is optional but a good method for cleaning used brass in preparation for reloading is to boil it in a solution of water and dishsoap, then rinse and allow to dry.
Now, I know brass won't rust, but is this feasible? Or even a good idea?
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