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    Tawadc95

    Tumbling Media

    My tumbler came with the necessary pins, baskets and soap sample.

    Been using an ultrasonic of late but it doesn't compare, Steves are the

    Tawadc95 Yesterday, 23:42 Go to last post
    niemi24s

    The "1911 Tuner " book

    Here's an idea - if you're willing. PM me your mailing address and I'll mail you some copies of my extractor drawing. You can modify those drawings

    niemi24s Yesterday, 21:59 Go to last post
    Steve RA

    Tumbling Media

    I don't think you need to worry about pins damaging the brass, something else will get it much sooner.

    Steve RA Yesterday, 18:58 Go to last post
    .45s r best

    Tumbling Media

    Thanks for the info, I am going to look into it further. I wonder if pins are hard on the brass in the long run, or is this something that is not even

    .45s r best Yesterday, 16:35 Go to last post
    Tawadc95

    Slide stop lug n

    I have noticed for awhile on a slide stop when I clean my gun that there is an area on the slide stop lug that powder residue is rubbed off, never any

    Tawadc95 Yesterday, 14:09 Go to last post



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