Frankford Arsenal Quick-n-Ez Case Tumbler
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- Cord-mounted on/off switch
- Holds up to 600 9mm or 350 223 cases
- Quick, easy, and economical
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- Bowl Capacity: 600-9mm Cases or 360-223 Remington Cases
- Media Included: No
- CE Certified
- Tumblers are not designed for tumbling loaded ammunition
Quick-n-Ez Case Tumbler
By: Frankford Arsenal
The Frankford Arsenal Quick-N-EZ Case Tumbler is the biggest advancement to happen to case tumbling in years. It is packed with features and upgrades; 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.
Top Customer Reviews
I received this tumbler June 9. I actually placed the order May 26 and it shipped out of Lexington, Kentucky on May 28th. So, it took nearly two weeks to arrive. Oddly, FedEx carried it cross country for the Post Office. Yep, you read that right. The USPS contracted with FedEx to do the actually shipping. Tracking records show it left Salt Lake in the wee hours June 2 but it didn't show up in Idaho Falls for SIX DAYS! It's a 3.5 hour drive from here to SLC. Go figure. I was extremely frustrated with the whole shipping SNAFU. Beware.
Now, here's a tip. Go to a big box pet store and buy lizard bedding. You can probably get a 10 quart bag for $12-$13. It's finely ground walnut shell and it's far cheaper and works better than the ground walnut shell you would buy at a gunshop or a big box sporting goods store. I'm not even using any chemical additive in the lizard bedding and the casings are turning out beautifully bright and clean. One 10 quart bag is a huge amount of tumbling media and should last the average small reloader a really long time.
To separate the rice from the brass, I dump the whole pile of rice/brass into a collander that sits on top of a mop bucket. Takes a minute or so to separate it all out depending on the amount of brass. Just shake it around good.
It is a little loud, not to bad but if you are going to be around it for an extended period of time, I would wear hearing protection (just to be on the safe side). It only takes about 5 to 10 minutes to put it together. Easy to follow instructions. It has a nice feature of with on/off switch on the power cord. I have read several other reviews about the wing nut being a little on the cheap side and they replaced it with a knob to allow them to an easier time getting the lid on/off, but like I said I am a beginning reloader and it hasn't bothered me that much.
On average, it takes several hours to clean your brass, (more time for dirtier brass). So you can leave it on and walk away. It doesn't "walk" around so you can leave it your reloading bench. The paperwork says to put it on a concrete floor. I have left it on my bench and I have put it on the floor. The paperwork says DON"T put in any liquid media cleaner, it will void the warranty. Which is kind of FUNNY because if you buy the kit, it comes with a liquid brass polish to add into the ground media!!!!!! Plus, Frankfort Arsenal also sells the liquid polish on the website and you can find it on websites or stores as well.Read more ›
The top wingnut is cheap and awkward and hard on the fingers and as others have mentioned, go to the hardware store and get a nice plastic knurled knob if you are brave...The waranty says that if you modify the unit it voids your waranty. Also the inst. says you cannot use any liquid or it will void your warranty.Dry polish? A little bird told me the action can be enhanced using a cheap plastic upside down funnel on the center bolt (with a spacer).But of course you will never dare modify this or you will go straight to hell and be punished forever with dry abraisives!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good for an occasional reloader, but not for anyone who is seriously loading more than a few thousand rounds. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Bruce
For such an affordable price - gets that brass clean.
No this isn't close (IMO) to my years of use Tumbler's UV-18 Tumbler, but it's effective getting brass clean for a... Read more
I reload 38 Special, .308, .303 British, 30-40 Krag, 45 Colt, and .223 and this has been great for cleaning up my brass. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Pink
Cant beat the performance at this price. Works great. Built decently solid.Published 15 days ago by Mike
The best tumbler for just starting out....$35 bucks I think, and about $10 for the tumbleing media....so, if I want to upgrade someday, this is an easy sell. Read morePublished 16 days ago by blackhorsearmyvet