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5lbs Stainless Steel Media with One Quart of Compound
Item: CM03  Low Stock
| Manufacturer: Buffalo Arms
Your Price: $45.00
Stainless Steel Media now available .041" diameter to clean even the smaller Bottle neck calibers. This includes 223 Remington cases. Shooters have discovered that there are other ways to clean your cases then with walnut, ceramic or corn cob media. Three pounds of Stainless Steel Media (item # SSMEDIA) along with our cleaning compound (item # CMCOMP) in our line of Thumler's Tumblers, will clean even the dirtiest cases that have been fired with black powder with out any scrubbing. These are straight pins that are shaped and sized so as not to stick in your primer pockets. These will clean not only your primer pockets but also the flash hole, case neck, inside and primer pocket. No other media does this. This media will last for years and years of heavy use. 

Some of our customers have reported some of the following advantages using this method of cleaning: Lower standard and average deviation, more uniform neck tension, longer case life with less frequent trimming, longer sizing die life, no time consuming hand scrubbing your cases one at a time, SHOULD BE USED IN OUR THUMLERS LINE OF NON-VIBRATING TUMBLERS. USE OF THIS PRODUCT IN OTHER TUMBLERS MAY CAUSE FAILURE!
Manufacturer: Buffalo Arms
Shipping Weight: 9 lbs
Average Rating
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Reviewed By: kevin f.
Review Date: 8/4/2013
Comments: Just purchased this kit and used it. I am very happy and satisfied. Shot 50 rounds of 45-70 BPCR Friday. De-capped them and put them in the drum of my old Thumlers A-R12 tumbler as instructed by the directions included. These cases were filthy. Checked th...
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