Just Funnin' With Y'All
If my brass comes out of the tumbler nice and shiney,,, No lube
In all seriousness, I DO notice a difference between shiny brass and brass that is not. I always try to reload with brass that just came out of the tumbler.
No offense intended to anyone here who isn't 100% Combat Effective, which I am not right now (heart bypass 2-months ago). I just regained enough upper body strength to begin reloading. I'll be cranking out .308 and .45 on the Dillon shortly.
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