Yeah, I picked up a digital, only accurate to .01", but good enough for cases. I have a veneer caliper I've had for years and mics in the shop (I'm a motorcycle and small engine mechanic), but never got a digital caliper. It was cheap. I'll get a better one for the shop, someday, but to be honest, unless I'm rebuilding a crank or measuring valve stems or something, .01" is accurate enough for most of what I do even in the shop. Anything that takes REAL accuracy I use a mic on, anyway. They don't always have what I need, but the area is a LOT better now with 'em around.Good place to buy stuff like digital calipers, etc. for reloading
I've heard that pet stores sell corn cob media for cheaper than gun stores. You might want to try your local PetSmart.preacher1 said:I was thinking about getting a tumbler for reloading. What is a inexpensive and common media for a tumbler.-Thanks
+1 I use their walnut media and Nufinish as well highly reccommended!!cantshoot4crap said:Local Walmart sells Walnut media as a bird litter under the Kaytee label. I paid $5.89 for a bag, and add 1 (guys swear by it) capful of New Finish liquid car polish each time.
I agree as a car wax it sucks but it seems to get the shine on the brass.No$4Guns said:The only difference I have found is that walnut shell seems to work faster. I didn't care for the Nufinish as car wax, have to try it for polishing brass.