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    Senior Member Grimlock's Avatar
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    I think there's about 6000 or 7000 9 mm cases in a 5 gallon pail. Someone motivated can shoot that before lunch if they're training for something.

    Jerry may be sponsored, but you would be shocked at how little that gets you. He probably gets guns but they would come stock and he would have to work on them. S&W wouldn't give him ammo. They might pay his match fees to any match where their banner is up.

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    I used Lizard bedding found at a petstore, and I never get the flash holes plugged with crushed walnut shells.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenwp View Post
    Nobody use corn media anymore. That's what I use.
    Yea, I'm using lyman stuff. I found the cheaper pet store or princess auto stuff really dusty or small, and it was simpler just to buy some name brand stuff to use.
    If there's a few pieces stuck in the primer hole(some stuff given me was deprimed) I clean that, stuck in the flash hole? Goes through the sizing die and doesn't seem a issue.

    Can't win I guess, either dry tumbling gets lead dust in the air, or I'm pouring lead water onto my land with wet tumbling.
    the wild still lingered in him and the wolf in him merely slept

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    Quote Originally Posted by lone-wolf View Post
    I'm pouring lead water onto my land with wet tumbling.
    as long as the water table flows away from your drinking source, it's not a big deal.
    Memeber of CSSA, OFAH



    More Shooting! Less Posting!

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    Wet is by far the way to go. I switched years ago and I'll never do dry again. Ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by linung View Post
    as long as the water table flows away from your drinking source, it's not a big deal.
    Hes probably on septic and well water. It will end up into it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lone-wolf View Post
    Can't win I guess, either dry tumbling gets lead dust in the air, or I'm pouring lead water onto my land with wet tumbling.
    Spend $25 and buy a surplus 55 gal drum to pour the tumbler water into. Let the particulate settle out and the water evaporate. Its not rocket science..

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    Go Canucks Go! lone-wolf's Avatar
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    I have a 55gal drum outside but I shot holes in it already
    the wild still lingered in him and the wolf in him merely slept

    Aptet aut mori

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    Quote Originally Posted by lone-wolf View Post
    I have a 55gal drum outside but I shot holes in it already
    And people call us Albertans Rednecks. Lol
    What country can preserve its liberties if their rulers are not warned from time to time that their people preserve the spirit of resistance. Let them take arms."
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    Jeez a 55 gal drum and a 3/4hp motor = large case tumbler. Altho for 300 bucks you can get a nice cement mixer from P.A. not a lot of price difference from a F.A. just a bigger foot print.

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