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Old 01-11-2017, 08:01 AM   #1
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I made this video showing how I apply case lube before resizing brass.

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I didn't catch what you are using for resizing lube other than it had alcohol in it. What are the ingredients?
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He is making his own case lube using a mix of 16oz 99% Isopropyl Alcohol and 4 fl. oz. of Liquid Lanolin. It is a very good case lube, cost effective and easy to make. I make my own using that recipe. You have to warm the Lanolin up before you mix it, then just put the mix in a spray bottle to use. I keep a bunch of the ingredients on hand.
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He is making his own case lube using a mix of 16oz 99% Isopropyl Alcohol and 4 fl. oz. of Liquid Lanolin. It is a very good case lube, cost effective and easy to make. I make my own using that recipe. You have to warm the Lanolin up before you mix it, then just put the mix in a spray bottle to use. I keep a bunch of the ingredients on hand.

I use a 12:1 mixture of Heet and lanolin

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