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    Frankford Arsenal tumbler (FART) on sale, 19% off

    I've got the big one, these are well worth the money.

    https://www.amazon.com/Frankford-Ars...dp/B07KT8NQS8/
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    That's A great price. I've got that same one, and can clean about 650-700 rounds of 9mm at a time.
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    To those that own this will the barrel hold up to stonewash tumbling? Id like to use this to stonewash metal parts and the media Id be using ceramic stones.

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    Sorry, but I don't know. I only use it for 9mm brass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleLebowski View Post
    I've got the big one, these are well worth the money.

    https://www.amazon.com/Frankford-Ars...dp/B07KT8NQS8/
    Purchased. Been making do with an old rock tumbler, but with the concept proven in my eyes, it is time to upscale.

    Chris

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pnut View Post
    To those that own this will the barrel hold up to stonewash tumbling? Id like to use this to stonewash metal parts and the media Id be using ceramic stones.
    I would have to see the stones, but if smooth, I'm sure it would be fine.
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    Im using ceramic stone tumbling media from Harbor Freight. My current tumbler is a piece of PVC pipe if that gives you a point of reference. The PVC is holding up well
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