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I was wondering if anyone has any extensive experience with this lube? I just bought 3 tubes, but my concern is of the "moly buildup" nightmare that is often encountered with jacketed moly bullets. I am planning on loading to 2000 fps. in my '06. I do not want to permanantly coat my bore with moly, because I will be shooting jacketed bullets also, and I dont want to go through a rediculous cleaning regimen before I can! Is it any more difficult to clean than regular Alox/beeswax lubes? I understand the "moly craze" has come and gone in the benchrest world for many reasons..what do you all think? Am I over reacting?? Thanks! -Flap
 

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I have been using it for a couple of years for my cast bullet loads in pistols and rifles. No problems with it. Like hubbard says, it wipes right out. I think you will like the Lyman Super Moly lube.
 

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My plinker loads are lubbed with Liquid Alox, my business loads with Lyman Moly. I get over 1500 f/s with a Lee 255 RNFP (45 Colt) with no signs of leading after 30 rounds in my Trapper. Wipes right out.
 

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Thanks for putting my mind at ease guys, I've been checking around on other boards, and this stuff does have an awesome rep.. looks like I was getting worked up for nothing. thanks again!
 

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that stuff ant no good, you should send me all the tubes you got so you don't have to worry about getting it in your sizer :-D
I only use lee lquid alox and the lymon super molly never had any troubles.
 
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