Hornady "One Shot" NH Case Polish

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Hornady "One Shot" NH Case Polish

Post by Rob Kovach on Sun Mar 02, 2014 11:47 pm

I like my brass to look super shiny when I reload.  I use the red tumbling media, but the stuff is super dusty.  I get dust buildup in my Dillon primer slide, and dust all over my press, floor, bench.  If I don't wear a dust mask, I choke on the dust when I sift the brass out.

I tried some Hornady "One Shot" case polish and added it to the media according to the instructions, and not only did it do a better job of shining up my brass, but the dust is gone, there is no residue left behind on the brass, and there is no mess.  It did what it said it would, but I will never tumble again without it!

I save so much time by not having to clean the residue out of my press.  THANK YOU HORNADY ONE SHOT!!

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Re: Hornady "One Shot" NH Case Polish

Post by Virgil Kane on Mon Mar 03, 2014 8:51 am

I went to SS pins three years ago and will never look back.

YMMV


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Re: Hornady "One Shot" NH Case Polish

Post by DavidR on Mon Mar 03, 2014 12:44 pm

any good liquid car wax will do a good job added to your corn cob or crushed shells

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Re: Hornady "One Shot" NH Case Polish

Post by james r chapman on Mon Mar 03, 2014 7:50 pm

DavidR wrote:any good liquid car wax will do a good job added to your corn cob or crushed shells
that's what works for me...

and, adding one of those used up dryer static sheets...

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Re: Hornady "One Shot" NH Case Polish

Post by Guest on Fri Mar 07, 2014 11:40 pm

Dillon Rapid Polish and drier sheets for me. NuFinish car polish is what I hear recommended most often.

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Hornady one shot case polish

Post by Pat Nemes on Sun Mar 16, 2014 9:28 am

Since we're on the subject of case polishing. I have heard that polishes or cleaners containing ammonia should not be used for case cleaning. Is this true and if so why?

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Re: Hornady "One Shot" NH Case Polish

Post by Rob Kovach on Sun Mar 16, 2014 9:47 am

something about a chemical reaction between the ammonia and the brass that makes the brass more likely to split.

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Re: Hornady "One Shot" NH Case Polish

Post by MarkS on Mon Mar 17, 2014 9:02 am

Virgil Kane wrote:I went to SS pins three years ago and will never look back.

YMMV


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 X2!  If you go the SS route make sure you get the 3000rpm model. Much faster process than the standard 1500rpm model. 

Over time I would get gunk build up on the press with the polishes.

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Re: Hornady "One Shot" NH Case Polish

Post by Rob Kovach on Mon Mar 17, 2014 2:48 pm

Where do you get SS pins?

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Re: Hornady "One Shot" NH Case Polish

Post by MarkS on Mon Mar 17, 2014 4:26 pm

It is a totally different cleaning system that uses the stainless steel media, water, Dawn and a dash of Lemi-Shine. Most use the Thumbler Tumbler Model B (high speed- 3000 rpm).
Use can read about it at the link below, it actually does get your brass that clean in 1 1/2 - 2 hours. 


http://www.stainlesstumblingmedia.com/

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Re: Hornady "One Shot" NH Case Polish

Post by SPAShooting on Wed Mar 19, 2014 7:55 pm

polish alert. Do not use polishes containing amonia for cleaning brass to be shot. amonia makes brass brittle and prone crack or worse fail at base. I was a class 06 ammo mfg. for 20 yrs.
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