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  • country_boy

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    Im reloading about 1,000 rounds of brass 7.62 soviet and was wondering how to put a lacquer sealant on the rounds, for long time storage and or is it necessary on brass cases vs. steel cases.
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    robocop10mm

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    Sealant is not needed unless you are going to go fording rivers with it. Keep is stored in an airtight container like a Mil ammo can w/good seal and it will keep til after you have assumed room temperature.
     

    country_boy

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    Well I hope I wont be fording rivers, who knows what 15 yrs down the road will bring. These rounds wont be fired for that period on time, if not more.
     
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