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Lyman Cyclone Rotary Case Tumbler The Cyclone Rotary Tumbler takes brass cleaning to a whole new level. The rotary tumbling action com.. Product #: Lyman Cyclone based on 0 reviews Regular price: $0.00 $0.00 1

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The Cyclone Rotary Tumbler takes brass cleaning to a whole new level. The rotary tumbling action combined with the stainless steel media and liquid cleaning solution gets brass cleaner on the outside than vibratory tumbling methods. The small stainless pins easily slip inside cases and into primer pockets to provide superior cleaning action in these areas. Something that vibratory tumbler will not do! 

The large capacity drum holds up to 1000 pieces of .223 brass and features a rubber lining to protect brass and greatly reduce noise during operation. A built in timer in the base can be set to run from 0 to 3 hours, shutting off automatically. The drum features a large end cap to allow easy loading and unloading. 

In addition, the tumbler comes with a pair of unique sifter pans which makes separating pins from the cases a breeze! Simply empty the tumbler into the stacked pans. The first pan catches the brass, while the second fine screen pan catches the pins. Five pounds of stainless media pins and a sample packet of Brass Cleaning Solution are also included. 

Features: 

  • Stainless steel media gets brass cleaner inside and out 
  • Stainless pins clean the inside of cases and primer pockets 
  • Rubber-lined large-capacity drum holds 1000x .223 cases 
  • Unique sifter pan easily separates media from brass 
  • Includes 5 lbs. of stainless media and sample cleaning solution 
  • Belt drive operation for smooth, quiet tumbling
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Shane Green shared a photo. 5 months ago

A very rare item displayed at the last Wanaka Airshow! A 100 round drum magazine for a Bren gun for anti aircraft use during WWII.

A very rare item displayed at the last Wanaka Airshow! A 100 round drum magazine for a Bren gun for anti aircraft use during WWII.
Shane Green shared a photo. 5 months ago

Here is an example of pushing the envelope! An 80gr Berger .224 projectile at 3650 fps from a 22/6mm Improved . The target was indoors at 25m and I... Show more

Here  is an example of  pushing the envelope! An 80gr Berger .224 projectile at 3650 fps from a 22/6mm Improved .  The target was indoors at 25m and I believe what the comet tail tells us is that the lead core actually melted and exited through  the  hollow point?
Josh Cavallaro Thats cool you can see the spiral from the bullet!! 5 months ago
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Vicki Cusick shared a photo. 5 months ago

Me picking up my prize for 1st in FTR at Mareeba

Me picking up my prize for 1st in FTR at Mareeba
Josh Cavallaro Thats true ! 5 months ago
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