Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by Encoreman, Feb 9, 2021.
A little tarnish is probably OK, green munge not so much.
I had primers that were 35 years old and there was no corrosion or tarnish or anything on them and they all worked fine. It seems whatever you are seeing is not normal.
I had a bunch of POF 303 BRIT ammo that corroded wherever the cardboard box or dividers touched them. Figured the same thing happened.
Well I went thru the 900 I have and maybe 150 will be good enough to seat in case. They must be made of zinc or something. Cardboard sleeves for the 100 pack look pristine, no water marks, and the case cardboard also looks good. I have some really old primers that look brand new, I do have some tula and checked them they look fine. Oh well no more Wolf for me. FYI you may want to look at your primers, I have never had a problem with any primers corroding. Some were so big they wouldn't fall out of the pack. Thanks for all replies, Mac
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