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I got a 2oz bottle of this to use for resizing my brass, the only problem is that it will not squirt out of the bottle, has anyone else had this problem, and if so what did they do? Is there something else that i can use that i might actually be able to get out onto the pad so i can get some on my brass. Thanks
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on the bottle it says (Lubricate the inside of the neck of bottle-neck type cases with an RCBS case neck brush) i thought that you did not want to get any lube inside the case, i am reloading 7mm WSM, 300 WSM, and 30-06 which are all bottle-neck cases, should i do what the bottle says to do?
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I used to do that when full length resizing brass. Now I use a Lee collet neck die now, with no expander ball, so I don't anymore. I always cleaned the lube out of them before loading.
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i only have the 2 die fl sets by Redding.  

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Hornady one shot spray. It is safe to get inside brass.
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I have a container of this stuff I've had for at least 4 or 5 years now and it's still damn near full. Like Trigger, I use Lee collet dies and rarely FLS, so it goes a ways for me. I've never used the spray type lubes, but I might when, if, this ever runs out. 


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Originally posted by dezmick dezmick wrote:

on the bottle it says (Lubricate the inside of the neck of bottle-neck type cases with an RCBS case neck brush) i thought that you did not want to get any lube inside the case, i am reloading 7mm WSM, 300 WSM, and 30-06 which are all bottle-neck cases, should i do what the bottle says to do?

put lube on the pad, and cut a whole through the pad with the case mouth, in one of the corners.

you dont wanna over lube cases cause that causes case dents, you dont wanna under lube them either and get them stuck in the die. that really sucks.
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Originally posted by dezmick dezmick wrote:

on the bottle it says (Lubricate the inside of the neck of bottle-neck type cases with an RCBS case neck brush) i thought that you did not want to get any lube inside the case, i am reloading 7mm WSM, 300 WSM, and 30-06 which are all bottle-neck cases, should i do what the bottle says to do?

You shouldn't have to lubricate the inside of the necks.  You can just run a dry brush through the necks if you want.  I have used graphite powder on the inside of the necks before.  Just a brush seems to work fine, though.
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Originally posted by cheaptrick cheaptrick wrote:

I have a container of this stuff I've had for at least 4 or 5 years now and it's still damn near full. Like Trigger, I use Lee collet dies and rarely FLS, so it goes a ways for me. I've never used the spray type lubes, but I might when, if, this ever runs out. 




This is the best there is.  I don't lube the inside of the neck.
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