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    Inside neck lubing with MOLY

    Hi guys would like to ask how to prepare the Moly or which Moly type is used to Lube inside case neck ?
    The method im after is the one ive seen in video by Lou Murdica in which he dips a brush in a solution, not sure if dry or wet and proceeds to Lube inside case neck , if wet would like to ask how to prepare and which solvent is used to do this ?

    Thanks to amo reply in Advance,

    Cheers Remy

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    Quote Originally Posted by REMY View Post
    Hi guys would like to ask how to prepare the Moly or which Moly type is used to Lube inside case neck ?
    The method im after is the one ive seen in video by Lou Murdica in which he dips a brush in a solution, not sure if dry or wet and proceeds to Lube inside case neck , if wet would like to ask how to prepare and which solvent is used to do this ?

    Thanks to amo reply in Advance,

    Cheers Remy
    Im curious as well.

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    I suggest this instead of Moly. Powdered graphite, in a container with a lot of plastic balls, just dip the neck in it.

    https://www.redding-reloading.com/on...onvenience-pak

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    50/50 Moly/Dry Mica Neck Lube

    I use a 50/50 mixture of Moly and Dry Mica to lube necks for LR BR bullet seating. I put the mixture in a shot glass to the depth of the case case neck.......no need for steel balls.

    I merely sink the case neck into the mixture give it a twist, and click the case on sides of the shot glass while retracting it, and then wipe off the outside of the neck. A fine film of the moly/Mica is left on the neck interior.

    I found that this technique significantly reduces the seating force variance on a a K&M force pack......especially after cleaning with pins.

    I don't recall why or how I came up with the 50/50 mixture......that was nearly 20 years ago.
    Last edited by Ricco1949; 05-01-2021 at 11:04 AM.

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    Swab the inside of the necks with this on a Q-tip.

    https://www.amazon.com/Bullet-Reload...9984615&sr=8-3
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    Lockese (sp)

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    Lock-Ease

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    Molyslide

    I use Neco Molyslide 800-451-3550 I use a Q tip and a toothbrush and nylon brush Stu Harvey showed me this one. Chuck up a case. . USE THIS stuff very very sparingly. As case spins run brush dabbed in molyslide in the neck. Run toothbrush over neck. Turn. Clean up with. A tiny tiny bit goes a long way. Hope this helps. Michael Taner

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    ..turn ??
    we are talking SEATING bullets, yes ??

    Quote Originally Posted by chaymbrd View Post
    I use Neco Molyslide 800-451-3550 I use a Q tip and a toothbrush and nylon brush Stu Harvey showed me this one. Chuck up a case. . USE THIS stuff very very sparingly. As case spins run brush dabbed in molyslide in the neck. Run toothbrush over neck. Turn. Clean up with. A tiny tiny bit goes a long way. Hope this helps. Michael Taner

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsmithsr View Post
    ..turn ??
    we are talking SEATING bullets, yes ??
    Wasn't addressed by the OP.

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    well in the context of lou..yes it is.
    he is currently releasing data on the issue of neck tension and the new press with a pressure sensor and down range results.

    Quote Originally Posted by Butch Lambert View Post
    Wasn't addressed by the OP.

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    Please excuse, yes for bullet seating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by REMY View Post
    Please excuse, yes for bullet seating.
    What discipline do you shoot?

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by powderbrake View Post
    i suggest this instead of moly. Powdered graphite, in a container with a lot of plastic balls, just dip the neck in it.

    https://www.redding-reloading.com/on...onvenience-pak
    been using graphite since 1973 works fine.

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by billbrawand View Post
    been using graphite since 1973 works fine.
    also use schot brite in small pieces to clean necks.

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