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Old December 7, 2018, 11:00 AM   #34
hagar
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Join Date: February 20, 2000
Location: Colombia, SC
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I'm going against the grain, I do tumble loaded ammo, and I have been doing it for years and years with no ill effects. I won't leave them in for 10 hours, but about an hour or so with car polish is all it takes.

Tumblers do not vigorously shake things up and down, mine just has a rolling action.

But do not leave ammo in your car for an extended period, I had some 22/250 ammo loaded with Accurate 2460 that after 2 years of bouncing all over AZ's dirt roads started showing serious pressure signs. When I chronoed the load it was shooting 200 feet/sec faster than it should have.
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