Re: problem with wlr primers staying in pocket
I have experienced this issue with the WLR, and WLRM primers as well. When I first experienced it, it costed me about twenty pieces of Norma brass. I was shooting another brand of primers, ran out, and decided to try the WLR 's. I noticed the loose seat, and discarded them after firing.
It's a shame too, because they are very consistent too. One thing about Winchester primers, is that the WLR primers are the hottest STANDARD primer, and the WLRM I am told, are SLIGHTLY hotter than the 215.
BTW, I HIGHLY recommend that you do not re seat primers into a loaded case. If you so much as get a chard of metal or something on the seater plug, and you push in a primer......, well, you know the rest. I'd even venture ti say you won't do that again!
The problem with the WLR, WLRM is not a new problem either. They did that to me twenty years ago. Some brass seems to be a little better, but overall, and in general, they do fit looser.
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