Forster Case Neck Graphiter

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The three brushes, when used in conjunction with the included white graphite powder, clean and lubricate cases at the same time with zero chance of contaminating your powder. There’s enough white mica graphite included with this three-brush kit to process 2,000 to 3,000 cases. The brushes fit all calibers from .22 to .35, and the cover prevents dust and grit contamination.
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Forster Case Neck Graphiter Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Forster Case Neck Graphiter

If it came with graphite it would be great. The mica powder that it comes with is not a good case neck lubricant. I threw out the mica powder and used graphite powder made for lubricating locks which works great. It might get a five if the base was larger. It has to be screwed down to something or you will tip it and have powder everywhere.
JohnBFL at Cabelas on 05/21/2013

a case saver

I was having trouble with my .223 rem cases getting stuck. Now I just add the step of adding some graphite to the inside of the neck and no more stuck cases.
Hoppestotherescue at Cabelas on 03/22/2011


I used on 300 rounds of brass without a problem
KLK1 at Cabelas on 04/03/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Forster Case Neck Graphiter OK for Case Cleaning

The upright brush of this simple kit helps to clean cases. It is better after the cases have been tumbled, because the insides of the case are not nearly as dirty. The brushes then clean out some of the carbon and pull out any grains of cleaning compound. As for the graphite, it makes a mess and I do not use it. I use powdered mica instead, although I apply it with a Q-Tip from a shot glass, rather than the Forster brushes. They do not hold powdered mica in their bristles very well.
donharmon at Cabelas on 02/21/2012