Re: Primed brass that sat?
yeppers, they're good to go. I do keep mine in ziplocks just as a backup but I figured since the manufacturer didn't feel it necessary to package them sealed, they must be individually good to hook against the moisture in the air. I do it in case of accidental spill and my garage is not insulated or heated so there's a chance of condensation.
I've had some laying around in primer trays or on the primer spillover on my Dillon for looooong time; eventually they get loaded and all go bang.
matter of fact, I bought a brick of Winchester shotgun primers a few weeks back and left them in the back of my truck (just tossed them in my empty hulls mesh bag) and was inside for 3 hours, unbeknownst to me it started raining. Didn't realise it until about 2 hours of hard rain had happened, just let them air dry and they worked fine. Didn't get submersed, but the cardboard was saturated for sure.
"Loud noises don't end gunfights.... well placed shots do."