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I have been using this product for at least a year, and probably have another three years supply left.I can't say that I've noticed any exceptionally odor, bad or otherwise..
Big Al1 said:
I've never been able to find Imperial, seems it's always out of stock. I like to use Hornady spray lube for reloading straight wall cases, like the .38-55 and .45-70. Then I've been using Hornady one shot paste lube in the small can, (looks like a snuff can) for bottle neck cases.
Uncle Fester said:
I made my own case lube from lanolin and Heet (pure alcohol) from the auto parts store. https://ultimatereloader.com/2017/05/09/make-your-own-case-lube/
I use imperial on the outside and powdered graphite on the inside.
I have sime Imperial on the way. The Hornady works fin, I just really dislike the way it smells
I had an expander get stuck and I talked to Hornady and they sent me a new one and suggested to use graphite. Maybe it is not necessary but I have used it since.
Hornady does have a good reputation for customer service, and interestingly enough, I find that to be the same for all companies that sell handloading tools, even when the user is at fault.
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