Warhorse Posted December 4, 2016 Share Posted December 4, 2016 OK, here's an odd one for you. I have well over a hundred primed .34 spl casings that got wet over 10 years ago when a dishwasher hose above where they were kept broke. The primed cases did get wet but were not fully submerged. I removed all water a few days later. I have kept them but could not gather the nerve to reload and try to use them or work up the resolve to discard them. Neither can I work up the ambition to try firing the primed-only casings to test them. (Yeah, I know that is the simple solution but I'm lazy.) What I do not know is if the unfired primers contain water soluble chemicals that would neutralize the primers if wet. Does anyone have any practical experience with this situation or know something about the chemical composition of the primers that could shed some light on the subject? Warhorse Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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