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Old September 24, 2011, 07:54 PM   #1
brmfan
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New (?) outside burr removal method

Has anyone else used a brass wheel brush on a bench grinder to remove outside burrs after case trimming? I found with a light touch, holding the case upside down, and an even rotation it not only takes the burr off nicely but it got that stubborn neck carbon vibration tumblers don't seem to remove. I did run the cases through the trimmer again (very light pressure) afterwards but just to clean things up so I could use the vld inside chamfer. Does anyone foresee a problem with this method??
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Old September 25, 2011, 10:00 AM   #2
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Not other than adding an extra step which isn't needed. After I trim I use a Cricket (RCBS tool that chamfers on one end and de-burrs on the other) and in no time I have the cases prepped and ready to go...... Keep it simple...
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