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Lee Case Resizing Lube Tube 2 Ounce
We purchased the finest automotive deep draw lubricant and had it custom packaged exclusively for us. Lee Lube is pleasant to handle and you can thin it with water. Non-sticky, nonallergenic. Very little is needed; it goes a long way. Eliminates stuck and dented cases and makes sizing less work.
Read 3 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars
Lee Cartarage Resizing Lube
By Kenneth H.
on Mar 25, 2020
WOW, I have been re-loading for 50 years and have used almost manufactures sizing lube, I never purchased the Lee Resizing Lube because it was always less money, consequently I figured it also didn't work well. A friend told me to try it, So I did and was I Amazed. No Neck dents, no case scratching, and eased my press pressure by at least 25%. I will be purchasing more and forget the expensive stuff.
By Thomas C.
on Jan 21, 2019
I have used Lee Case Lube for 10+ years and have nothing but praise for this product. I do not get shoulder dents or stuck cases. I hope to never have to go back to the grease type lubes.
Best lube I have found
By Tim C.
on Mar 20, 2014
I have used Lee Lube for nearly 30 years and have never had a stuck case. The trick to this lube is to allow it to dry on the case before full length resizing the brass.
This will do two things for you, well, actually three.
First it will allow the water in the lube to evaporate and will save you from having to clean and lube your die.
Second, the dry lube will allow the die to flow over the case without any fear of the case sticking and/or receiving a compression dent.
Third, lube around the case mouth to allow the die's expander ball to properly align with the case neck and not stick.
Finally cleaning the case after resizing is a snap. You can follow the instructions given by Lee or you can throw the case into a tumbler and let the media do the work for you. I prefer the latter.
Are there fast ways to lube your cases...Yup there sure are. Is there a safer lube out there?No, in my opinion the Lee Lube is by far the easiest and safest to use.
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