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what type of shot

I'm guessing it's kind of like buckshot. I've used it in a jewelry tumblers for polishing in a chain making class. After the metal is soldered, it gets dark and unevenly colored. The shot is in the water (soapy, I think) and the chain is put in and tumbled for a while. The bits of shot are different sizes and shapes, which means the particles can polish the pieces of chain, inside and out.

It's probably similar to what's in pincushions.

~~ Alison
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