If you lube the inside of the necks use either powdered graphite or mica and dip the necks in it. I really dont find this necessary.Just need little advise on lubing 223s gona start reloading soon.Do I need to lube the inside of the neck? I know I need to lube the outsides.If so what is the best way?
One Shot is good stuff. A lot of guys complain about it sticking cases, but in almost every instance it comes down to the fact they don't use it right. You MUST let it dry before sizing and it will work great. In the loading block, I always hit the inside of the neck with a quick shot and that is plenty to prevent expander drag. I usually prep, size, and prime my cases and store them against future need, and have found I don't have to tumble cases to clean lube off using One Shot like you do with lube pad type sticky lubes.I have the rcbs pads for the outside and of late I have been using one shot ,even on my carbide pistol dies they are much smoother and seems like the primers seat much better and softer.