badlandskid: A flash hole reaming tool works for removing polishing media. Looks like a little screw driver with a small drill bit on the end.
Dean Hudson: Ever thought about cleaning before case prep? Keeping dirt out of the dies would be more important. Just saying... Great vid though...
T C: Well put together. Thanks.
TheCharillz23: lee is great! I broke my challenger press, and yes i lube my cases. After reloading nearly 1k rounds it cracked at the bottom. They had me send it back for replacement and let my use the price they were going for toward another press.... now i have the breachlock press nice and sturdy!
JrFreak300: I just bought a Ruger Precision in 6.5 Creedmoor. The 6.5 is fairly pricey right now. About how much would it cost me to reload my 6.5s? I'm talking press, dies, scale, tumbler, etc. Good quality stuff too.
How much per round to reload? Looks like 6.5 is around $1.00-1.25 per round right now.
Kirk Boswell: There are others who like to clean after prep. While not as much of an issue nowadays as it was in the past, prepping before cleaning could lead to scratched up die bodies. For myself, as an old timer, I'll continue to clean before prepping, and follow with a short clean after prep to remove any lube residue and any carbon from the primer pocket that remains. So, nothing wrong with your approach, but there are reasons to clean first.
Charles Moeller: Fabulous instruction in ALL your videos, and as a new inductee to shooting, I'm eating out of Rex's hand! Good tasty stuff!
theodore thompson: If you're worried about primer pockets why don't you used a primer pocket uniformer? Then a primer pocket deburrer from the inside. I miss the old timers at the gun shop that was open down the street from me. Good video though sir...
DonziGT230: Most rifles have a lot of extra space for longer than spec necks. After measuring mine and finding how much space there is I may never have to trim again.
Jeremy Arnold: Very informative video thanks for taking time to share.
Mike Prall: Question, what is the best way to remove military primer crimp? Seems to be a number of products with different results. Swage vs cutting etc
AmadeuS Jodel: Again, I'm brand new to the world of rifles since my state doesn't allow it, but it would seem that the use of ultrasonic cleaning would be far superior to that of a solid medium. Aside from initial and maintenance costs, would that not be the case? Are there advantages to using solid medium that I'm missing? Please advise.
Davey SickBoy: Hey Rex, im a big fan. Learned a lot from you, and love your in depth tutorials. Didnt read the comments, so maybe this is being repreated, but what i use for case trimming is the "Little Crow, Worlds finest trimmer" I have one for each caliber i reload for, and it is pretty exact to the hundreth, and is FAST. But, im sure you already know about them. Cheers!!!
Jon Micallef: Great production! Subscribed!
John Boyd: U need a case prep station Rex.
Jon H: I like your videos. Are you a trained sniper? I would share your channel more but I'm reticent because just about everyone uses sniper
SavageHmr: I am really surprised to see him using lee products I thought lee was just for poor reloaders like me.I was expecting to see rcbs products when i looked at this video.I do see you miss match products like me I have a lee single press and rcbs tools too lol.the lee deburring tool sucks it wears out to quickly.
Jonathan Nwaoha: Bro do you have a website so I can order your rounds? At first I was very skeptical but after watching the whole video, you seem to know the principles of reloading. I recent bought reloaded rounds and they trimmed it too low. Let me know if you selling .45, 5.56, .308 and I will get some from you. Best video tutorial I've seen so far on YouTube.
TOBORE8THMAN: Good info. I like.
I cut down 5.56 NATO (Lake City brass) & reform for 300 AAC. I've found that I need to swag the primer pockets in order to properly seat primers. RCBS primer pocket swager tool #9481 works great for this. Also, I'd recommend a case gauge for your caliber of choice. Finally, RCBS makes an excellent chamfer and deburring tool. It's a bit expensive but it's worth every penny and you'll enjoy it more than your Lee tool.
Finally, I like the walnut media because I can rinse it clean and dry it (sun bake). I personally like to rinse/soak my brass in a mild cleaning solution and rinse with warm water. Sun bake until dry. Removes lube residue and dust from tumbling...and other debris.
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