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Old April 30, 2005, 08:59 AM   #10
Ruger4570
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Join Date: April 3, 2005
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Years ago when Herter's was in business and they sold only "perfect" things I bought some of their red primer and bullet sealer. I knew factories used sealer and thought I better do it too. As posted above, it is a PITA and it was hard to make work without "too much" or covering the entire base and headstamp. Just as Johnny Guest said. I too found some .243 reloads from 1961 a bit ago. I deceided to try them out to see if they were any good at all. They worked fine in every respect and these were overwell over 40 years old. They were not subjected to terrible conditions, just sat in my reloading room forever. I suspect if you keep yours in an ammo can they will last a long time without the time spent trying to seal them up.
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