Now, you know half the fun is making your own LOL.Cowart's may have some PPU 7.65 Argentine in stock. I know he had some a couple of months ago.
Just store them like you would the primers...away from heat and moister. Ammo can, zip lock, desiccant if desired. Just because they got pushed into a case doesn’t cause them to age differently than in the sleeve/box.I've never had a 9mm case with a crimped primer pocket.
With 400 cases primed, do you load that many in one setting? I usually only load at most a couple hundred at a time. Can you leave primed cases in storage and load at a later date? If so, is there a specific way to store them to maintain the integrity of the primers?
Get a Lee universal decapper and install the Squirrel Daddy hardened decapping pin and you’ll never be down again. It even turns berdan into boxer lolStarted working on prepping some .223 brass, got down to the last (06) pieces and this happened. Oh well, I'll get the sized pieces swaged after lunch.
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The blackout ones or getting to be common 3D printer itemsHelped a friend build a jig to cut 223 brass down to blackout. Cut 300 cases down, ran through a die to form and trimmed to length. Working on a jig for me to trim down 223 to make 7.62x25 Tokarev brass.
Do they show crimping?Getting the 270 dies set up. For the record H4831SC smells almost as bad as Varget.
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