Cleaning brass is no fun, but it’s got to be done. We gave the Hornady Lock-N-Load Sonic Cleaner a test run to see if it would shorten the distance between dirty brass and reloading time. Our results were mixed. If you’re thinking about using a sonic cleaner for your brass work, you need to watch this…

Shoot On Editor-in-Chief Rob Reaser is a lifelong outdoorsman, former magazine editor, columnist, and contributing editor to numerous national publications in the automotive and outdoor segments. He has also authored and co-authored several DIY gun building books. His shooting and hunting passions cover everything from traditional archery and big-game bowhunting to the latest in handguns, rifles, and reloading. Rob has a troublesome habit of pulling guns and things apart to see how they work; occasionally, he manages to get them back together...

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