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Make your own Brass Tumbler for FREE. Concrete mixer not ...

I wanted to make a tumbler for my used brass casings because I didn't have the $$$ to just go out and buy one. I wanted more capacity than the "normal" small...

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Cement mixer Wet Tumbler Bad Ass - YouTube

This is how you clean a Whole crap ton of brass at one time. This is how you clean a Whole crap ton of brass at one time.

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Tumble brass in a cement mixer - AR15.COM

I have this unique problem of having a relatively new cement mixer I no longer use and I am in the market for a brass tumbler. I could sell the cement mixer and buy a tumbler. Then I stumbled across this on the internet today and I am thinking about giving it a shot:

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Tumbling brass in a cement mixer. - YouTube

Oct 21, 2014 · Figuring out a better polish to get brass press ready.

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Top 4 Best Brass Tumbler Reviews (Aug. 2020) : Buying Guide

What is the best brass casing cleaner?

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Parts tumbler cement mixer - YouTube

Cement mixer with five gallon bucket set inside and stuffed with anything I could find.

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Cement mixer as tumbler?? [Archive] - Cast Boolits

I first heard of this years ago - Lee Jurras of Super Vel fame used cement mixers to tumble brass and loaded ammo. The last time I was in Mr. Jurras' shop he was speaking of tumbling brass. Said: Thought I had a bunch of mixers till I went in the back of the S&W shop. They had a room full of mixers polishing parts.

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Portable Cement Mixer as a tumbler?? - Blacksmithing, General ...

Has anyone tried using a portable cement mixer with tumbling media of some kind as a way of removing scale from forged pieces? We are getting tired of wire brushing and are looking for a cheap but effective way to descale.

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Cement mixer for a tumbler - Trapperman Forums

Has anyone tried making their own tumbler out of a plastic barrel? The commercially made tumblers look to have the same barrel I can get for free and the prices seem to start around $700. A low rpm motor can't be all that expensive.

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