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Oven drying brass Rokslide Forum

Oven drying brass Rokslide Forum

Apr 21, 2022 I dry my brass in my oven, typically set to about 160-180 degrees F and let it sit for about 15-20min and have had no issues doing so. That is until the other day I put the brass in the oven and completely forgot about it and they baked in there for about 3-4 hours. My question is I know this is well below the temp to anneal brass, but have I ...

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Reloading Drying Brass In Oven -

Reloading Drying Brass In Oven -

Brass vs Nickel Plated Brass Cases for Ammo Reloading Mar 05, 2015 We’ll go over the pros and cons of each with regards to ammo and reloading. Brass vs Nickel, Predator Masters ... not flushing the tumbled cases thoroughly with fresh water after tumbling and are trying to speed dry the cases in an oven or case dryer instead of the open air ...

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Dry Brass In Oven

Dry Brass In Oven

Brass vs Nickel Plated Brass Cases for Ammo Reloading. Mar 05, 2015 The odd thing is that I've actually found in many situations those pink cases are easier to spot and find than brass cases. Especially in dry grass/weeds or on a clean gravel/crushed rock range where the sparkle of the rock on the ground tends to hide shiny brass cases. ...

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Drying .45 cases -

Drying .45 cases -

Dec 20, 2018 Yesterday was rainy so I ran a few pounds of .45 acp brass through my sonic cleaner. I don't use the kitchen oven to dry it. I place it on a towel by the heater and it takes a few hours to dry. While I was in the garage digging out Christmas goodies I saw an old food dehydrator my wife bought years ago. Grabbing it up I took it to my shop and loaded it with my …

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Dry Cases In Oven

Dry Cases In Oven

Drying brass after wet tumbling Page 2 Shooters Forum. Dec 21, 2013 The small amount of solution that that remains in the case is mostly alcohol and that solution will evaporate rather quickly with a low level of heat. I place the cases on a paper plate that is placed in a toaster oven that had been heated to 300*F.

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Drying Brass In Oven Too Hot -

Drying Brass In Oven Too Hot -

Drying Brass Shooters Forum. Jan 04, 2016 I'm drying brass at this very moment after wet SS tumbling. I shake them off in a colander and then dump them into a small bath towel. I form the towel into a hammock shape and shake the cases back and forth to dry the outside. Then I dump them into a mesh bag and dry them for 40 minutes in my wife's ...

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Drying Brass -

Drying Brass -

Feb 09, 2018 I notice many of you dry your brass after citric acid cleaning and use a temp in your oven of 110-120 degrees. Here's my question: Would it hurt anything to dry it at 170 degrees?

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Drying cases in oven? -

Drying cases in oven? -

Feb 20, 2009 Firearm Discussion and Resources from AR-15, AK-47, Handguns and more! Buy, Sell, and Trade your Firearms and Gear.

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Is this bad - brass discolored after oven drying.

Is this bad - brass discolored after oven drying.

Jan 12, 2022 If not you just may have ruined that brass. Just placing them into the oven cold without the preheat means the oven has to reach the preheat temperature before cooking whatever was placed in the oven. To do that it get way hotter that the set temp for a while, just hot much hotter I don't know. However, an example.

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Is this bad - brass discolored after oven drying.

Is this bad - brass discolored after oven drying.

Jan 16, 2022 Your toaster oven did NOT anneal the cases. The tarnish is from uneven heating created by the toaster oven element that heats up and cools in cycles to maintain desired temperature..275 degrees will create the tarnish and it is much hotter than it needs to be to dry the brass. In fact, you can airdry them if the tarnish bothers you.

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Drying brass after wet tumbling.... 1911Forum

Drying brass after wet tumbling.... 1911Forum

Jul 03, 2020 Only show this user. Mine get dumped into a media separator, then onto a towel and folded into a hammock, then agitated back and forth. Finally into the oven on a cookie sheet at 170F for about 1/2 hour. The oven door is slightly ajar to keep the air moving.

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Drying brass in the oven North Carolina Gun Owners

Drying brass in the oven North Carolina Gun Owners

Jul 15, 2020 113. Jul 15, 2020. #7. Drying in the oven is fine. It takes 600 degrees and over to anneal, so well less than that is OK. It's summer time in NC, so I use the free heat generator in the sky; brass on a dark towel will dry in a few minutes, I leave it over an hour. The towel is good for carrying it in and out as well.

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Food Dehydrator for Drying Wet Tumbled Brass

Food Dehydrator for Drying Wet Tumbled Brass

Jun 30, 2016 wet tumbling is awesome but there are a lot of variables when compared to dry media case cleaning. as far as slight tarnishing after drying goes it's always a possibility but i have yet to figure out what actually causes or prevents it. the last batches of 5.56 and .223 brass i did had mixed results. lake city brass went into the hf tumbler and ...

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Drying Brass Methods Maryland Shooters Forum

Drying Brass Methods Maryland Shooters Forum

Mar 08, 2020 I dry cases once or twice per reloading. Once after SS pin tumbling: I use a weak ultrasound cleaner mix to tumble with the pins. Sieve out the cases, rinse in tap water. Second rinse with distilled water. Place cases upside down in a 50 hole wooden loading tray. Heat oven to ~200F. Let cases sit in the oven ~20 minutes +.

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How to dry brass Page 2 The Firearms Forum

How to dry brass Page 2 The Firearms Forum

Mar 24, 2014 Only show this user. I had read that drying brass in an oven at a temperature over 150 F would tarnish the brass, but had never tried it until yesterday and they were right. I set the oven at 225 F put the brass in for 2 hours and they …

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Drying 45 acp in the oven? - 1911 Firearm Addicts

Drying 45 acp in the oven? - 1911 Firearm Addicts

Mar 31, 2017 Joined Sep 1, 2011. . 2,864 Posts. Discussion Starter #1 Mar 7, 2017. Only show this user. I wet tumbled a couple hundred deprimed 45 acp cases today. I dried them real quick with a towel and put them on a foiled lined cookie sheet. Put them in the oven at 200 degrees for an hour.

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Drying brass cases - Bullets Cartridges and Reloading

Drying brass cases - Bullets Cartridges and Reloading

Sep 05, 2021 Drying brass cases Drying brass cases. By steve_b_wales, September 4, 2021 in Bullets, ... I've always dried my cases by either putting them on a try in a warm oven or on top of household radiators. Recently, I read somewhere that you can put the cases into an air fryer.

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Dehydrator for drying brass Rokslide Forum

Dehydrator for drying brass Rokslide Forum

Sep 23, 2021 70. Hootsma said: Our clothes dryer has a rack that can go in it for drying heavy or bulky items like sneakers that you don’t want to bang around in the dryer. They sit on the rack and the drum rotates but the rack stays stationary. That’s how I thoroughly dry my brass. Has a built in timer and everything.

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