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Winchester Staynless Primers....

Discussion in 'Handloading and Reloading' started by gilly6993, Apr 22, 2013.

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  1. gilly6993

    gilly6993 Member

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    My buddy found these in his Grandfathers attic...I said I will take 'em as they are a nice nostalgic item....
     

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  2. Jesse Heywood

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    Good score. Save them, but you might have to reconsider during another scare.
     
  3. Wil Terry

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    THEY USE TO ALL look like that. WHAT is the identifying number on them ?
     
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    Boy, they've been hiding in the attic awhile, I haven't seen any like that, or priced that low in a loooong time. I do remember buying some for that price, but I've been reloading since early 70's.
     
  5. JohnM

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    That brings back memories! Back when I bought primers by the hundred box I remember getting them for around 50 cents, sometimes less. :D
     
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