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Old November 15, 2012, 09:28 PM   #35
dacaur
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I have hundreds of primed 9mm cases in a tupperware bin.... I dont see how thats any more dangerous than having 10,000 primers in an ammo can.... Or for that matter, having 500 finished spire point 5.56 rounds loose in an ammo can.. I also have a hundred or so primed .308 cases ready to load..... I like to prime while watching TV, its a really slow process since I visually and tactically inspect each round to make sure I dont end up with a high one, but since I am watching TV anyway, it doesnt matter than it takes 15-20 seconds per primer.....

I have also heard some people dont do that (pre-prime) because they worry about them going bad, but thats a non-issue, its not like they are sealed in their package before you prime them....
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