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Old August 15, 2013, 08:47 AM   #7
g.willikers
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It's probably due to the plastic bag.
Try storing the brass in something that's not air tight, so any moisture has a chance to escape.
Or make sure the brass is completely dry and there's no moisture trapped in the bag.
If you live in a high humidity area, leave everything in an air conditioned room long enough to ensure this.
Another reason not to reload in a hot, humid garage.
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