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Hornady® Lock-N-Load® 110 Volt Sonic Cleaner™ uses ultrasonic cleaning action to remove carbon residue and other foreign materials from the entire case including inside. Holds up to 200-223 Remington cases or 100-308 Winchester cases.
Ultrasonic cleaning action
Removes carbon residue and other foreign materials from the entire case
Cleans the inside of the case as well as primer pockets
Hornady® Lock-N-Load® Sonic Cleaner™ 110 Volt Case Cleaner
I used this for my .300 win mag brass. I run three 480 second cycles using Hornady One Shot ultrasonic case cleaner and filtered water from my fridge.
after I pull it out I rinse the brass off in tap water (need to pick up some distilled water) and shake the brass to get most of the water out I then set the brass on some clean rags then on a cookie sheet. If I am in a hurry Ill put the brass in the oven at 175 degrees for ten minutes.
I do about 10-12 cases at a time as that's the most I can fit only one row deep without packing the brass in very tight. It gets the outside looking nearly brand new and for the most part get the primer pockets spotless. My once fired brass come out spotless but the cases where I fire them a couple times without doing a good job of cleaning the primer pocket don't come completely clean.
The insides of the case look good and shiny and after doing about 40 rounds the water turns greenish black and I can see the carbon buildup on the bottom of the cleaner basin.
It's makes an annoying buzz during operation but this is normal and pretty unavoidable with this type of cleaner.
Overall the product works very well. I would probably recommend the magnum for loading the bigger rounds takes a while to clean 200 .300 wm cases. But for smaller stuff especially pistol brass this would be great.
March 31, 2012
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