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      Most of the folks I know that try lubing pistol case continue to do so. It’s the ones that never tried it or felt the difference it makes, that don’t lube.
      I would fall into this category, but I would like to try lubing cases.
      In my limited reloading experience, I have noticed it is much easier to size pistol cases using Redding titanium carbide compared to tungsten carbide.


      Anyone know if there is any difference (function/performance wise) between Hornady one shot vs making your own with pure lanolin oil and 99% isopropyl alcohol?


      https://www.amazon.com/100-Pure-Org...d=1515082004&sr=1-8&keywords=lanolin+oil&th=1

      https://www.amazon.com/Gallon-Isopr...rd_wg=uiU3F&psc=1&refRID=VMWSYNGDVPKYE7XP25SK
       
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      Making your own case lube....

      I would fall into this category, but I would like to try lubing cases.
      In my limited reloading experience, I have noticed it is much easier to size pistol cases using Redding titanium carbide compared to tungsten carbide.


      Anyone know if there is any difference (function/performance wise) between Hornady one shot vs making your own with pure lanolin oil and 99% isopropyl alcohol?


      https://www.amazon.com/100-Pure-Org...d=1515082004&sr=1-8&keywords=lanolin+oil&th=1

      https://www.amazon.com/Gallon-Isopr...rd_wg=uiU3F&psc=1&refRID=VMWSYNGDVPKYE7XP25SK
      The only difference in performance is the ability to increase the amount of lanolin as needed. Use anhydrous lanolin available on line and alcohol that is no more than 1% water available at hardware stores.

      All the best,
       

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