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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-03-2011, 10:58 PM Thread Starter
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ultrasonic case cleaning

my tumbler died so i an thinking about the ultrasonic method.anybody do this?sick of picking out primer pockets.
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Re: ultrasonic case cleaning

I do and think it's great, Jason Baney has a formula he posted on 6BR. I follow that procedure about every 3rd loading.

http://www.6mmbr.com/ultrasonic.html

I ended up with a used Branson Ultrasonic cleaner off of ebay for less tham $100. Do not scimp on the baking soda or your cases will get some funky coloring.
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Re: ultrasonic case cleaning

well im going to try it as soon as i get down to the burg to get one.i read that article on 6br.that picking the crap out of the flash holes wears me down.i also read about using a dehydrator for drying them,you can pick them up cheap at yard sales
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Re: ultrasonic case cleaning

I just hit them with an air compressor and leave them sit on the work bench overnight. The dehydrator sounds like a good idea.
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Re: ultrasonic case cleaning

got me an ultrasonic cleaner yesterday,i wish i would have got one years ago.one half hour and cases look like new,inside and out.
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