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Drying sonic cleaned cases

Discussion in 'The Ammo & Reloading Forum' started by crackshot35, Jun 21, 2012.

  1. crackshot35

    crackshot35 New Member

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    Casings that have been cleaned ultra-sonicly need to be dried. The best way I have found is to purchase a rack for your wife's clothes dryer designed to dry shoes without tumbling them. Install the rack. Place a couple of thicknesses of paper towel in a large shallow pan and spread the wet casings
    in a single layer on the towels, then place the pan on the stable rack and turn the dryer on high heat. My casings, done this way, dry and are ready to reload in about 20 minutes.
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    my reloading shop is a tin shed , sunny days i do a load and put em on the tin roof

    get em down after a hour

    gloves needed the tin gets hot
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