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Old March 7, 2012, 09:50 AM   #60
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Drying brass

I'm working on a method to dry brass in quantity quickly.

When I'm done with tests, I will post pictures.

Drying 200 308 cases or 500 45ACP cases in 3 minutes or less.
Cases will be tumbled - suspended in an air flow.

I saw an ammo can dryer and a garbage can dryer on other websites.
My method must be fast and cases must be completely dry when done, so no corrosion occurs after bagging the lots. What good is clean brass if it has corrosion inside or outside due to residual moisture after bagging.

Light damage to necks is expected in any tumbling action, this is corrected when loading.
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