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Old 11-04-2010, 02:26 AM   #21
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DI water is dirt cheap. Why introduce an uncertainity to a chemical/industrial process ? Heating the brass does open it to all sorts of chemical invasions that can change its characteristics, IMO. Also another good reason to approach shooting brass barreled antiques/repros with a good deal of trepiditation, too !

Not being a metallurgist, can't offer any concrete evidence/suggestions ! As a hairy-knuckled service rep of some experience I can relate I've observed enough incidents of heat/contaminents/alloys to err on the side of caution. >MW
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Cool! Which one?
The Ballistic Edge model 350. It seemed like the best compromise for my needs due to the large variation in case sizes that I load for. It has a universal shellplate to move the cases through the flames. The model 350 has the triple torch setup which I hope will allow for pretty even heating of the case neck. They had an as new unit that was used by someone at Long Range Hunting for an article on that site, I saved about $85 on it. I'm going torch shopping this weekend

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