Anyone using their own special recipe for bullet lube? I bought an RCBS Lube a Matic 2 at a yard sale with all the accessories. No lube to be found anywhere in my city. I did a google search and found a few different recipes. I used one that was 1/3 lb bees wax, 1/3 lb parafin wax, and a tablespoon of petroluem jelly. It really turned out nice. Then again I have been tumbling the entire bullet in liquid alox. I guess anything would look good now. I loaded up 50 rounds of 45 auto. They were the easiest bullets I have ever seated. I am going to the range later today. I will post results here. I am curious to see if it will foul my barrel at all. I have been using a 155 grain round nose flat point in front of 3.8 grains of titegroup. I use CCI large pistol magnum primers. This has been a very accurate and controlable load for me. I am new to the Lube-A-Matic 2 machine. Any advice is welcome. I got a heck of a deal by the way. Lube-A-Matic 2, 12 dies, 19 top punches, 1 RCBS 357 mag 4 hole bullet mold with handles, 1 RCBS 44 Mag 2 hole bullet mold with handles and an Ideal 1 hole 44 mag hollow point mold with handles. I paid $45 for everything! Now I just have to buy a 44 mag! That is one of the few calibers I don't shoot. But this is a great excuse to go buy one!