Does anyone have anything special that they do with the old used primers when reloading? I have been throwing them out and just thought that there was maybe something else that could be done with them.
Interesting,I even called our landfill people and asked about recycling used shells(of course ones past reloading ability),plenty of plastic and steel,brass, there,was told they had nothing to confirm it was worth doing.
The local recycling yard around here took (2) five gallon buckets full of spent primers from me as scrap steel. I don't recall the weight or even price/pound as it was along with my copper, Aluminum etc. Is it worth it? If your recycling already it adds something to your pocket. If you just toss 'em in the garbage, you pay them to take 'em. Thats the way i look at it.I pitch no metal. It ALL has value.
Do you guys think maybe there is a little bit of hoarding that goes along with this sport? I mean i can't stand to see a good hull thrown away. I save primers and hell sometimes the damn box they came in. I don't know how many empty plastic Green Dot 4lb. and 8lb. jugs i have stashed in the garage. Empty shell flat boxes are another. Sound familiar? Be honest!!!