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Federal Lg rifle match primers

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by warrior23, Aug 22, 2003.

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  1. warrior23

    warrior23 Member

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    If anyone has these can ya flip one over and tell me what color is inside the cup?Thnxs
     
  2. uglymofo

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    FG210M

    The FG 210M's are red, but aren't the Large Pistol also? I don't have any LP's to compare. Be careful....
     
  3. warrior23

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    Thanks,I only have Lg Rifle and Lg rifle mag primers I had placed them in separate tupperware containers to seal out moisture and realized I might have mislabled them,but I did lable them properly.thnxs
     
  4. HankL

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    Warrior23, Are you storing your primers outside of the original packaging?
     
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    Yes,Ive been storing them in tupperware containers due to moisture problems.I know its not recommended but being limited on storage space and high humidity,they will be ruined.
     
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    Leave 'em in the original package, THEN-

    - put them in tupperware...
     
  7. uglymofo

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    What Buckskinner said!!! You can get the larger rectangular Tupperware (or Rubbermaid) at almost any grocery/hardware store. They're OEM packed to minimize 'damage' by trauma. Leave'em that way, but store them in something sealable.
     
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    warrior23, You said
    I don't know how many primers you keep on hand but a chain reaction detonation of even a few hundred primers could ruin a a bunch of things.

    We would hate to loose a fellow reloader and THR member.

    Be careful out there.
     
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