Arsenal Quick-N-EZ Case Cleaning Kit NZ$248 (incl. GST)
* Quick-N-EZ 110V Case Tumbler
* Quick-N-EZ Rotary Media Separator
* 3.5 Gallon Plastic Storage Bucket that doubles as a used media collector and as a storage container for the kit
* 4 oz. specially formulated, ammonia-free Brass Polish
* 3 lb Cleaning Corn Cob Media
Packed with features and upgrades, the Quick-N-EZ Case Tumbler is the
biggest advancement in case tumbling in years. The unique bowl
design increases brass agitation for fast, aggressive cleaning
that reduces wear on reloading dies and extends brass life. A
clear lid lets the user monitor the tumbling action, while a cord-mounted
on/off switch provides safety and convenience. At the center of
it all, the powerful motor is solid and reliable; ready to provide
years of tough cleaning action. The Rotary Media Separator quickly
separates brass from media with a turn of the handle. Brass is
caught in the separator while media is separated into the 3-1/2
gallon bucket for storage, ready for reuse. The bowl will hold
up to 600 9mm cases or 350 223 Remington cases.
Model # 645880
* Everything you need to clean your brass, in one conveniant kit!
Greatest tumbler value on the market!
* Consistent directional tumbling action
* Holds up to 600 9mm or 350 223 cases
* Fast, agressive cleaning action
* Ensures long brass and die life
* Convenient on/off switch on cord for safety and usability
* Reduces wear on reloading dies
* Reduces wear on firarm chambers
* Clear lid for greater monitoring
The Frankford Arsenal Quick-N-EZ Tumbler Kit provides a quick, easy, and economical means to clean your brass. When used in conjunction with Frankford Arsenal Corn Cob Media, the Quick-N-EZ Case Tumbler removes fouling, lube, and oxidation quickly and conveniently. Frankford Arsenal also has a Quick-N-EZ Rotary Separator which holds an entire tumbler's worth of brass and media. It sits conveniently atop most 3.5 gallon buckets. The Separator has a perforated bottom that works like a colander to let the media fall through into the bucket below, leaving your clean brass behind. Cleaning your brass before reloading loading helps to extend the life of your brass, reduce wear and tear on your expensive reloading dies and reduces wear on the chamber of your firearm.