Nope Do as you would for smokless, BUT after you shoot have a bottle with some Ballistol / water; or other type of liquid to drop the spent brass into, to stop the chemical reaction of the powder and the brass.
The longer you wait to drop the spent cases into a mix it may turn the brass into a tan case that is almost impossible to get back to that nice bright color.
Mr. Parsons I guess I'm gonna have to break down and start carring a bottle of something to put my brass in at the range. I've always just waited till I got home to clean them and now they are blacker than the powder I'm putting in them
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