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Those cases are pitted way too bad to risk firing them. I see corrosion pits that are nearly as deep as the case wall is thick.

Like RJay posted, it was caused by some chemical in the vicinity of where they were stored. Do you use an aerosol gun scrubber that might have some ammonia?
 

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Josh,
If you look at the round farthest on the right, it already looks like the case has split open right along the corrosion line.
If the case wall has been breeched, the powder inside might be contaminated and cause a misfire or squib.

Al-case Blazer isn't worth the time and hassle of possibly damaging a perfectly good pistol by firing it when the ammo is in good shape, much less if they're half rotted away like this stuff.
Not one of CCIs better ideas...but they still keep making the ****.
 
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