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What to do with bad reloads

Discussion in 'Ammo & Reloading' started by xjer, Apr 8, 2021.

  1. Fyrtwuck

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    I’d take them.
     
  2. xjer

    xjer Sharpshooter

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    They are yours.
     
  3. druryj

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    FYI, non-commercial reloads are not allowed to be bought or sold in the OSA Classifieds.

    Rules & Guidelines | Oklahoma Shooters (okshooters.com)

    From the above link: Prohibited Items - The following items are prohibited from being sold here: Drugs, alcohol, tobacco, non-commercial reloads, Freon or other restricted chemicals, and pornography.
     
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  4. ssgrock3

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    If you own a press, set them back in there and push the primers in.


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  5. ssgrock3

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    Oh just saw they were someone else’s loads. If you trust them earlier and now don’t remember idk but did you ever shoot any?


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  6. Engineman1960

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    Unknown origin reloads; that I traded for; that aren’t quite right.

    Now say that sentence again very slowly -- and tell me what doesn’t sound right -- alarm bells should be ringing very loud right now.

    Do you feel lucky !!!!!!!



    Sorry: foul language alert
     
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  7. xjer

    xjer Sharpshooter

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    Yes I have shot a bunch of them. I never had a problem with them until this box.
     
  8. dennishoddy

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    Get a cheap hand held primer seater and push them in. No problem.

    With the price of ammo, etc It's easy to justify a seater. Lee and RCBS makes one.
     
  9. Rez Exelon

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    How many are we talking about? Heck, if we're getting together this week per our PM, then I'll bring my handheld primer seaty tool and shove em in for you if you otherwise trust them.
     
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  10. xjer

    xjer Sharpshooter

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    I appreciate the info. I did not know they could be pushed in. If Fyrtwuck does not take them I will get one of the
    primer seater tools. I have about 80 that need to be done.
     

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