Walnut Shell and Corn Cob Media

Discussion in 'Reloading Classifieds' started by skydiver, Feb 23, 2012.

  1. skydiver

    skydiver
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    Walnut Shell media. $25 for 50 lbs.

    Factory 50 lb. bag of fine grit.

    Quality clean commercial/industrial grade walnut shell.
    This is not "B" grade that sells for animal litter.
    And...it doesn't go bad.
    If you rotate it as much as you should, it will go faster than you think.


    Corn Cob media. $30 for 40 lbs.

    For the beautiful final polish and / or case lube removal.
    Factory 40 lb. bag.
     
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  2. Axe

    Axe
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    do you ever make it down to eugene/corvallis area?
     
  3. pacific keeper

    pacific keeper
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    This is good stuff ! I bought two bags and it works great !
     
  4. 2506

    2506
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    I'm leaving Seattle for Eugene on Wednesday morning. I'd be happy to play UPS for the two of you fellas for a few pounds...
     
  5. ruger45blackhawk

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    back in town???
     
  6. Barone20

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    I'll take some walnut media
     
  7. joken

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    Too bad we couldn't have a group buy in Salem or Portland and Eugene. I wonder if there would be enough interest to make it worth your fuel cost? I'd buy some
     
  8. 5thBrother

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    I'm in Albany and I would be interested in a group buy on this too.
     
  9. CPTRMB

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    Do you get up to Portland/Vancouver way much? I'd be interested in both.
     
  10. indie

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    Pm sent
     
  11. lcb97269

    lcb97269
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    Love the "talk is cheap" line. Your media works great. 1/2 to 1lb of the fine per batch of brass (up to 15 lbs in rotary tumbler) and pitch it afterward. I have done about 15k rnds of brass on about 15 lb of media and well worth the money.
     
  12. 347mustang

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    Pm sent
     
  13. ruger45blackhawk

    ruger45blackhawk
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    i'm still thinking!!!
     
  14. Benchrest

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    I just so on the fence!
     
  15. skydiver

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    Your reloading equipment is tired of waiting for you to clean and shine your brass!
     
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  16. skydiver

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    New Year is approaching. Time for a resolution to clean that brass of yours!
     
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  17. skydiver

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    Cleanliness is next to goodlookingness.
     
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