No filter, 1.5 hours and about 500 pieces of 223. This used to take 2-3 hours and I could only squeeze in 250ish pieces of 223. Going to play with the time, primer pockets were decent but not as blingy as with ss pins. I have extreme OCD with my brass. This exceeded my expectations! I am very impressed and no more stupid ss pins to mess around with! Thanks @brassjuice#brass#relaoding#reloadingammo#rollyourown#223#extremetumbling#rebel17
Getting into reloading can seem like a monumental task. Lots of specialized equipment is needed, and trying to figure out how to get up and running can be daunting. However, reloading is what will allow a lot of newer shooters to really branch out within the hobby. Reloading is a great way to make inexpensive practice ammo, or to create loads that will perform better in your firearms. It can also open new opportunities to shoot firearms for which factory ammunition is not readily available.
The new Premium flash hole tools have a carbide cutting head that allow the brass chips to free flow from the cutter which conditions both the diameter of the flash hole and chamfers the flash hole at the case web.