I went cheaper yet, using a Ryobi. It works well despite “studies” done by annealing manufacturers that prove your bullets will fall out of the barrel if annealed on less than a $2000 annealing magic machine.
Proof you need Tempilaq . Necks are getting too hot while you look for that ring going past the shoulder to look pretty . Neck lives matter . Things will get tighter, there is hope .
Cooked necks are not better than just leaving the brass alone and not annealiing it .I did the cordless drill annealing for a long time before going to an AMP...
Yeah, the AMP is much easier, faster, more consistent, all that... but don't sleep on the cordless drill method, it still works and is way better than not annealing at all.
Love to see all your trophies and checks, but really someone with those accolades would have some group pics.I was once a know it all torch annealer . I look back and laugh now . A bottle of tempilaq proved that theory wrong . Absolutely no way by eye is as good . Expereience is the best teacher .
Cooked necks are not better than just leaving the brass alone and not annealiing it .
Don’t hold your breath Haney is just a gun board antagonizer. “No show and no go!”Who said anything about cooked necks? I used to use a timer set to a certain number of seconds, the same way those Bench Source and Annealeez thingys work. Not perfect, but isn’t useless.
And yeah, let’s see those big checks and trophies… Acta Non Verba