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Old June 3, 2013, 06:36 AM   #1
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Cleaning Ar-15 Brass

I don't know what happened but I was answering someone else's question on CLEANING AR-15 BRASS I didn't start this thread
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Old June 3, 2013, 01:38 PM   #2
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WHY ? Although I have not reloaded yet cus of a few more back ordered items . I have processed about 500 rounds- cleaned , sized and started cutting to length . I tumbled all of it twice . I tumble for about an hour just to clean a little for the sizing die . Then resize cut to length and any other things that needs to be done then tumble again for 3 or for hours . Now everything is clean inside and out including the primer pocket . I got some real bling going on here .
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