GUN Lee Loadmaster users. Question

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  1. Hibidi-Shibidi

    Hibidi-Shibidi New Member

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    I am using all Lee carbide dies. In my stage 3 (powder and bell die), The brass tends to stick in the die.

    When I bring the piston down, it sticks and the clicks out of stage 3. Anyone else have this issue?

    I think I am going to pull the die apart and degrease it and see if that helps.
     
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    Ebtromba Active Member

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    yar: dillon or gay
     
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    Hibidi-Shibidi New Member

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    I almost threw and "IB" in there anticipating this, but I thought I would give it a go without.
     
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    yar1182 New Member

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    What caliber are you loading?

    I prefer to lube my cases (regular dies) as opposed to carbide with no lube. It's just a smoother stroke and it spill as much powder. I've been accused over over lubing my guns and my cases. I like it like my bitches, wet.
     
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    Cannondale OT Supporter

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    Even on a carbide setup, a little lube is a good thing.
     
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    A little bit of hornady one shot would do you wonders. Spray a little on your pistol brass, let it work it's magic for a few minutes and then load. For rifle brass I like the dillon lube.
     

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