"Broz", you have been instrumental in my using that Imperial Dry Lube powder (graphite??) in my reloading regime but I do things slightly different than you around the case necks that, I feel, is more economical with the powder and also doesn't then also require a wipe-off of each and every case neck outer surface once the bullet has been seated.It comes in a small tub filled with beads. Then you can buy just the powder to replenish. You sinply dip them in the beads 4 or 5 times and they are coated. I then wipe off the outside of the neck as I dont want it in my chamber, powder charge and seat the bullet.
I simply dip a cotton bud tip in the granules to pick up a good load of the dry lube, then insert into each case neck and twiddle/twirl just a little to spread some of the powder lube off onto the inside of the case neck, but ONLY onto that surface... Then, like you, I also now dip the tail end of my projectiles, each one, as I load into the powder-filled cases and seat. Sometimes it STILL needs a bit of a wipe round the case necks, but it is not obligatory and I am then certain that:-
a). My dry lube powder lasts longer
b). The dry lube gets to be THOROUGHLY spread over the inner surface of the case necks I involve in the process....
ATB ..... and shoot safely
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