Sometimes expensive to find, case lube is still something reloaders need.
Everyone loves a DIY project. They save time and money and give us the reward of using something that we made with our own two hands. Even shooters love a good DIY Project. From targets to target stands to painting our own guns, anything that we can do to save money to turn back around into our shooting hobby is worth it. In a sense, even reloading could be considered a DIY project. You are making ammo with your own two hands.
Mark over at Fire Mountain Outdoors shares with us his recipe for DIY Case Lube that will save you money and actually works. Not only is this stuff cheaper, but it’s better then the store bought stuff.
As you can see, with just a few easy to find components and a spray bottle, you can make some case lube that will perform great in your reloading efforts and not break the bank.
Most reloaders have at least one can, but probably more, of case lube sitting on their reloading bench. Especially if they reload rifle rounds. An important part of the reloading process to protect your dies, lubing your cases well and with reliable lube can mean the difference between a stuck case, with hours of work to extract it, or a smooth reloading session with no problem.