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Old February 12, 2013, 08:32 PM   #9
FloridaGuy
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The person with Dillon support said that the company's stance is not to try and reseat the primers with out taking the rounds apart. But he said that he has done it before with out any issue but he did have one that went off and hit him in the leg. He did tell me that I could do it with a hand primer system but to make sure I was wearing gloves and eye protection. But the safest thing to do is take them apart and recover the bullets and powder and then reseat the primer and reload the round.

I really have not made a decission on if I am going to just try and reseat the primers or that them apart. I am not sure using a bullet pull to take them apsrt is any safer. Because I have heard stories about rounds going off if a bullet puller.
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