Thread: Baked brass
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Old February 18, 2012, 03:08 PM   #29
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IMO, you really need to remove the primers early in the process. Leaving them in will hinder drying hugely, as well as keeping toxic residues in place. Get a universal de-capping die from Lee, $10 and does not touch the case. -Marco Califo


Agreed, especially w/ black powder. Primers very hard to remove after washing and drying.
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