Cleaning some brass today with the VCU Tech Ultrasonic Cleaner. Using Dawn Dish Soap, Lemi Shine, and hot water. Comparing it with wet tumbling with steel pins. 243 OutdoorsMy name is Josh and I love Firearms and Freedom. I started 243 Outdoors as a YouTube Channel back in 2015 and have branched out to other […]
Using a VCU Tech Ultrasonic Cleaner JP-2500T. Found it on Amazon for $99. So far it has been a great addition to the reloading room. 243 OutdoorsMy name is Josh and I love Firearms and Freedom. I started 243 Outdoors as a YouTube Channel back in 2015 and have branched out to other media sites.
Is wet tumbling with Brass Shine better than using a combination of Dawn and Lemi Shine? Loads of BaconLoads of Bacon enjoys bullet casting, reloading, hunting, and most other outdoors activities. He began creating YouTube videos in 2017, and built The Reloaders Network in 2018. You can find more information, links to all of his […]
I have a walnut filled vibratory cleaner & a Thumblers model B tumbler filled with the stainless steel pins and have been using both for many years now. However lately I’ve been practicing with the .45ACP and having to make lots of reloads to keep up with the practice. I was looking for a quick […]
Ok, folks. My first ever, yes “ever” public video. I use a vintage dental tool ultrasonic cleaner to clean cases when I get in from the range. I much prefer it to dry media tumbling, and, while I never tried wet pin tumbling, it looks like a lot of effort for a really nice job. […]