Last night I was reloading with unlubricated cases. Some of them must have come from a Glock and resizing sometimes took both hands. So, today, I decided to try some of the Hornady One Shot I had purchased for some reason or another. I dumped about 300 cases in a plastic box and sprayed the lube over everything. I shook the box a little bit and then waited for the cases to dry. No, I didn't mount the cases in a reloading block and spray at a 45 degree angle. Magnificent! The brass didn't resize itself but it was a WHOLE LOT easier to operate the press. It is easy to keep up the pace when there isn't much effort. Now what? Removing the lube with a towel probably isn't happening. Has anyone just tumbled the loaded rounds? I know I have done that for rifle shells with Dillon lube and it seemed to work out. Richard Wanna kill these ads? We can help!