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Old January 6, 2013, 06:23 PM   #21
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Wouldn't that invisible wax on cases allow excessive back thrust on cases as pressure peaked when the round's fired and the case body slides back in the chamber against the bolt face? It sure does with grease or oil on them.
Not in my experience.

I am resizing 1k .30 Carbine cases right now using Imperial. As the brass doesn't have primers in them, if I tumbled them, the primer holes would be filled with media, so I will wipe off the wax when it comes time to trim them with the Giraud.
Then it obvious your media is to large, right?

This will not clog your primer pockets nor your flash holes and comes to your door with free shipping, no gas expense to get it. All this for less that $1.00 a lb, and there is alot in 1 lb.
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