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Dillon has good prices for it. Only Midway may have a better deal Chief. You are right you do have a good wife telling you to buy more shooting equiptment. I will print this out and put it up on the refrig. Labeling it good wife, I hope mine will get the hint.
 

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It is just an example Chief, I would say you could get 135.00 almost anywhere for a 1000 Once fired Brass in.223 now.
Yeah, everyone who sells once fired brass on line is out of stock and have been for a while. (and probably will be for a while too) :hairpull:
 

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I have heard feed stores, like atwoods, have the best prices on corn cob media. I have been using rice though so I haven't bought any.
 

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Go to a feed store they usually have the best prices for bulk and no shipping
 

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you might be able to find walnut also .. there is something else someone told me lately i cant Remember what it was though ..
 

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They sometimes have different size media at feed stores, but I don't remember what size it is off the top of my head that you need. I think it's 10/14 or something like that.

Ok, here's a clip from my notes:

To date the 50-50 formula works better than any other ratio that we have found. We find that Corn Media Size 10/14 mixed with Walnut Media Size 12/20 does the best job.
I use rice, but if I were to go to anything else I would probably try the above.
 

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Who has the best best deal on untreated cord cob polishing media?
Dillon has it for 10 # bag @ $10.95 per bag. Better half told me to go buy more ( Dam I have a great wife):notworthy:
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Check under "Metal finishing suppliers" or "Blasting media" in your local Yellow Pages. I buy 50 lb. bags of untreated corn cob at a local supply company for $21.50 :dancingbananna:
 

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For corncob and walnut on the cheap, look at pet stores, farm and home stores and feed stores. Both are used as cage litter for small animals. For small amounts, go to Petco. For 50 pound bags go to your feeed store.

I learned a lesson buying corncob from the pet dept at Wally World. It was too course and would not come out of .223 cases. Be sure to buy pet litter that is ground very small.
 
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