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    Time to prime.

    Been working on brass prep for awhile since the shooting season ended. Today is one of my favorites, time to prime. I will be hand priming a few hundred RA 68 cases that have been de-primed, wet tumbled in ss media, run through the dryer, lubed, sized, run through the tumbler again to remove lube, dried again, trimmed and are now ready for priming before they go into storage boxes for next seasons loadings. Whatta Hobby!

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    I'm guessing you had a decent supply of primers to begin with. Fortunately I have a good supply, but they are most difficult to find in the marketplace and when you do find any supply and demand prices make them unaffordable.

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      #3
      Welcome to the madness. I keep a good supply for my use. I have been shooting between 5 and 10 K per year for decades. Too darn old to stop now.

      Semper Fi

      Art
      Sgt USMC 1966- 1972
      RVN 67-68 I Corps.

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