Media: Corn Cob vs. Walnut Hull
Is there a benefit to using one media over the other?
They are the same price so I can really apply the "you get what you pay for" analogy.
I saw in another post that corn cob lasts longer (more cases) than walnut hull.
I load .32, .38, .357, .9mm, .40S&W, .45, .222, .223, .308, 30-06 and a few others.
Is media one better for me than another?
RE: Media: Corn Cob vs. Walnut Hull
We recommend corncob for general cleaning and polishing, and walnut media only for stained or tarnished brass. Corncob does last longer than longer than walnut.Walnut is too abrasive to polish.