I am NOT an experienced reloader!
A friend of mine has been helping me through many of the gotchas of reloading and showed me how he does his case lubrication prior to resizing.
He takes a towel or other rag/cloth large enough to completely enclose all the cases he will resize and lays it out on the floor flat.
He dumps his cases on the towel and then evens the cases out to a single layer.
He then takes his spray/pump lube and gives them all a good spray.
He pulls up the edges of the towel and makes a bundle out if of it and shakes them vigorously for a minute or so and thats it. The layer of lubrication gets distributed over the remainder of the cases by the towel and at the same time the wicking effect of the towel leaves only a thin film on the cases. I have adopted this technique and it seems to work pretty good for me.
He does goes ahead and tumble them again after resizing but I haven't been.
Does this seem to be a sound procedure?
Should I tumble after resizing?