I feel like I got a hell of a deal paying $80 for a set of Forster dies.
... and you did. Forster is my favorite die set to get, if they have what I need. Some polish and they usually turn out ok.
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You ever had a batch of brass that wouldn’t give an orange flame?
No. They all have done it to some capacity. Some more subdued than others.
Your mileage may vary but it seems to me that waiting for an orange flash overdoes the annealing.
The technique is not to wait for orange flame but to determine when they orange flame and then back down to immediately before that point.
There is a distinct difference between finding what works for one's own self, and instructing a huge number of people on what works. All have different equipment, different environments, different components, and different flames. While the tempilac may work for you and select others... that method does NOT account for all the variables above, and the proof of this is easily seen among misguided youtubers torching their brass. What works for you works for you, but there MUST be a distinction made between that and the instruction of others. A distinction that recognizes how much time and money went into gaining the experience required to see not only that tempilac wasn't working for many, but also in the development of an entirely new method. I say this not because I require recognition for my efforts, but because a simple dismissal without an extremely detailed report which counters the tens of thousands of words I've written on the subject is not in keeping with the goals of this site.
My method accounts for all variables, and is the only method I've seen which does. Excluding per-manufacturer precision annealing methods such as the induction units that have brass-specific programming based on laboratory hardness testing.
Look what happens to people that actually care in this world, and those that seek to hold others accountable for their mistakes.
Trying to do everything right every day is exhausting. Trying to ensure OTHERS do everything right every day is impossible, and if you attempt it, the whole and entire world will attack you instantly and without remorse.
I applaud your ingenuity. An item like this would definitely help!
We're presently out of stock of the CPS_lite, and we have no immediate plans to do another run. While cost effective, seeing the lengths that customers go through to save a couple hundred bucks has hardened my resolve.
The full CPS is the future. It is the current state of the art in cartridge case priming. The compromises in the lite model may have been worth it to some, but they are not worth it to me. The number of phone calls we receive regarding the setup and operation of the _lite model is staggering compared to the CPS.
Another example of them being next to totally useless, they would rather go after the respectable none aggressive people then go after the real problems.
The respectable non-aggressive people ARE their only real problems. Just as psycho's and criminals aren't a danger to this society.
Government tyrants are the real problem. Rational people are the only real threat to the FBI and every other government alphabet agency's power. Rational people can tell when they are being victimized, controlled, and enslaved. The government does nothing to people but those three things.
Yet why are you wanting to blame the FBI for this? To empower them to create more fucking laws?
The real blame falls on the shooter. No one else. Those that disarm america's citizens are guilty by proxy.