Originally Posted by RockyMtnMT
If there is any other way I would like to hear it. I have always done the same thing with no trouble, knock on wood. The only other thing that I could think of was to pull and empty the case then fire the primers. I did not want to do that so I have always just decapped them.
I would like to hear from others on this.
That's the way I would do it to be safe.
Some of the old primers had soft cups and could even go off during seating them and that's
why a lot of old shooters/re loaders won't use the primer magazines that will hold 1 or more
boxes of primers.(If one goes off the hole lot will)so you only have to deal with one primer at
You can push them out very slowly but why take the chance.
PS; Some of the old primers are corrosive so be sure and clean the firearm after you disarm
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