Rotary sifters are AWESOME

Discussion in 'Reloading' started by Texas42, Jul 24, 2009.

  1. Texas42

    Texas42 TGT Addict

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    I just wanted to express my happiness at being the owner of a RCBS rotary media sifter. This guy is built well and empties all of the 9mm brass from the media in just a minute or so of turning.

    Made thirty minutes of dumping out cases into just a few minutes of clean, nice brass.
     


  2. PopsXD9sc

    PopsXD9sc Active Member

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    I agree wholeheartedly. Have the Frankfort Arsenal version and makes it pretty easy to separte media and brass and get back to tumbling. Midway USA has the Frankfort Arsenal Tumbler, media, polish, and media separator on sale for $64 right now if anyone is needing that equipment. Seems like the sale price is pretty much their regular price; kinda like the Midway Range Bag-always on sale.
     
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  4. Texas1911

    Texas1911 TGT Addict

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    Looks interesting, I know it took me a while to fish all the .223 and .204 cases out of our tumbler.
     
  5. Texas42

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    No, I got the hand crank media sifter from from graf and Sons. It only separates the media that I tumble in Lymann tumbler.

    35 dollars, + 4.50/order. I got some speer gold dots for my 9mm just to see how they load up and fire too.

    I was gonna get the frankford or the graf and son's one, but I saw some bad reviews. I figured it was only a few dollars more for the RCBS. I'm happy I did. The plastic looks durable.
     
  6. nhm16

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    I'm very satisfied with my Cabela's model. Got it along with their tumbler, and it seems to be a very nice unit so far, for not much more than the Frankfort model, which from what I've read seems to be not built for heavy use.
     

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