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Thread: Case Tumblers

  1. #21
    Plinker Xterminator's Avatar

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    I bought cheap dry tumbler from harbor freight and within 20 days of purchase I burnt it up. Got the Frankford arsenal and it just keeps going.

  2. #22
    Plinker

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    I bought the Frankford Arsenal kit in 1990 and has worked fine for me. Since then I've bought the Lyman 1200 and 1200 turbo off of craigslist in deals. Now I have one with walnut, one with corncob with polish and one with rice. In 2005 I saw a wet tumbler made from a tread mill. So I cut the frame down to hold an 8" PVC cylinder. Even made an 8" cylinder with screened windows to cool dry the cases with a squirrel cage fan behind it.

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    been using the same Dillon CV500 and media separator since '96

    if it dies tomorrow i'd buy another Dillon.



  4. #24
    Plinker

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    Another blue vote


    Iíve been using a Dillon cv 500 for years. Just bought the big CV2001. Getting ready for a new RL1100 LOL.


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    Plinker

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    Just my 2c. Literally all itís worth..

    I have two dry vibratory tumblers that only see powder coating duty now. After changing to my FA wet tumbler Iíll never be going back to dry. Especially since I got a cheap dehydrator from Walmart and added a wall timer to it. Brass is so much cleaner esp in the primer pockets.

    Having used dry tumblers for 20 years (cob, walnut, and polish) Iím now totally sold on wet tumblers. I still use the SS pins for 95% of what I tumble. Again, just my experience and likes.

  6. #26
    Plinker

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    Im liking the capacity of the CV2001.


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    ljk
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    Ultrasonic cleaner for pistol, rotary wet tumbler for rifle.
    NoMo new guns, Mo Ammo.

  8. #28
    Grandmaster

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    Quote Originally Posted by snuffy33 View Post
    Been using the same Thumler's Model B for over 45 years
    This pretty much tells you what you need to know.
    Thumler's tumblers are the bees knees.

    Thumler's Tumbler - Supplier Of Professional Rock Polisher, Rock Tumbler and Vibratory Tumbler

    You won't be sorry.

    Dormant U.S.Marine/ NRA Benefactor-Life

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