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Old 05-01-2013, 5:22 PM
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Default Really shiny brass

So, if you leave your tumbler running for 12+ hours, you are going to get really, really shiny brass!

After returning from birthday trip to the range yesterday, I threw in some 45 brass, hit the switch on my RCBS tumbler and totally forgot about it until this morning when I heard an odd humming noise emitting from my garage. I know immediately what was humming... Whoops!

Aside from the totally shiny brass, I'm happy to report that my "big green" tumbler, wasn't hot nor had any signs of stress from the prolonged tumbling session. Woo Hoo. Now to buy a

+1 gazillion for RCBS quality!

Hard to tell from my crappy pics, but it's really shiny!

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