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Old September 23, 2012, 08:37 PM   #23
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Maybe it's just a false notion, but it seems that my .45LC brass tumbled in walnut with some Frankford brass polish in it (seems like Brasso from the look and smell) easily drops out of my revolver chambers 100% of the time, without ever needing to use the hand ejector rod. Sure, the credit is shared with light loads and polished cylinders and because .45 cases are heavier than .38s, but it is nice, especially at an unloading table on a hot day, to be able to rotate, click-dump-click-dump and empty the cylinders in a hurry.
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