I'll tell the story I heard from Ned Berlet. There was a guy who used to take all the junk hulls from Moulton GC and save the brass. Finally Ned made him a de-primer and he started taking the primers apart for the copper and brass. He burned the paper tubes in his wood stove. Finally, he came to Ned;s shop with a five gallon bucket of primer anvils that he didn't know what to do with. So, ysr-racer, I will supply the bucket whenever you want to get started.
can you tell me which primers have been successful in their first life? I would expect to pay less for Primers that failed to result in Broken targets.do you have the primers relegated to once fired, twice fired, or more? I expect to pay less for primers been used 4 or 5 times.