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Using Primed Brass

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by BBDartCA, Sep 12, 2011.

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  1. BBDartCA

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    Graffs had a very good deal on primed Speer S&W brass. Seems Speer has been out of this type of product for a while. Is it safe to assume the primers are still good? Seems I heard that installed primers like this can go bad if not well sealed.
     
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    I'd think they're good. When I buy primers by the sleeve a lot of times they're only sealed with a strip of tape. I don't think bagged brass is any more exposed than that.

    Beyond that, from everything I've read here it seems pretty hard to kill a primer.
     
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