Re: Reloading Casings from Corrosive ammo
I suspect that, when firing corrosive primers, some of the primer residue could remain in the case. When you reload the case, and shoot it again, that corrosive residue COULD then get blown into the barrel, causing rusting, and because you had loaded it with non-corrosive primers you wouldn't think about corrosion. I believe that if you shoot corrosive ammo, and then wash your cases, they will be just like cases fired with non-corrosive primers.
Leastways, I was mine.
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