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I have the RCBS green lube in my new-to-me lubrisizer and wonder if it is any good, and what it is made out of.  I would prefer not to have to clean it out of the lubrisizer.

I shoot mostly pistols and mostly .44 gas checked at 1200 to 1700 fps.

Thanks for your feedback!
 

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I don't know what is in "RCBS Green" but I use it all the time. I shoot it on .44 mag loads at around 1500 fps and also in my .223 at close to 3000 fps using gas checks on both, and have had no leading problems at all. I also use it on .357 and some 30 cal.
Try it for yourself and see how it works for you. I would like to come up with a home made lube that works this well.
 

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Drifty: Thanks for the feedback.  Since I left the message I have tried it with a few .44 mag loads up to 1600 fps and had almost no leading and great accuracy.

It looks like I will leave it in my lubrisizer and add more of the same when needed.  I plan to use it with 30-30 170gr gas checked bullets too.

Dean
 
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