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    Quote Originally Posted by jspdrcrmach5 View Post
    I do the same thing I went to Dollar Tree and got a round bucket and a colander for a grand total of $2.17, I just pour the brass in and twist the whole thing from side to side and the pins fall into the bucket I then use My Harbor Freight magnetic retrieval tool to get the pins out of the water.
    I also use this setup with My dry tumbling media.
    Yeah I use a a colander as well. Only difference is I shake over a very large plastic bowl I picked up somewhere for a dollar. Afterwards I just pour the water off and them just dump them into a container using a wide mouth canning funnel. No media retrieval for me.
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    I stopped using the pins i wet tumble without them tumble rinse and dry
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    Quote Originally Posted by vaskeet View Post
    I stopped using the pins i wet tumble without them tumble rinse and dry

    So how well does it do? Same time spent tumbling? Do the primer pockets and inside of the case get as clean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Czechbikr View Post
    So how well does it do? Same time spent tumbling? Do the primer pockets and inside of the case get as clean?
    not quite as clean but I find it good enough for me the outside is as good as with the pins
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    could not get a good picture of the inside of the brass but here is one of the primer pockets with wet tumble no pins
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