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    The other caveat regarding "dry bowl" tumblers is the nature of rge "media".

    Not the walnut shells or ground-up corn cobs, but the abrasive paste / grit added to actually to the work.

    "Jewelers Rouge" is pretty abrasive stuff. Leaving ANY of it on or in a case will subsequently be a bit "harsh" on loading dies, especially full-length sizing ones for bottle-necked cases. See also "expander balls"; there is a reason Tungsten carbide ones are rapidly gaining popularity, especially in "high-volume" operations..

    Full-length CARBIDE dies are seriously expensive, especially rifle-calibre ones.

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