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I've been using Thompson's Blue Angle for just about forever. I think I ran into a stick or two that was harder than before. And just tonight, it was easier to lube the bullets. By that I mean I could turn the top crank of the Lyman 450 much easier. Same bullet being lubed--a different lot of lube is about all I can come up with.

Any thoughts???

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my lube of choise now is Billy marrs blue lube mixed 5050 with Javalina it works GREAT I get no leading and it stays on the bullets when storing and handling.
 

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As a follow-up I tried some Thompson Red Angle--didn't seem to do as well. Was sticky and seemed to come out of the lube grooves. Went back to Blue Angle as my lube of choice
 
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