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Old 11-06-2012, 23:13   #4
fredj338
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Originally Posted by .45 guy View Post
I was looking at Tulane small pistol primers. They were calling them boxer? What is that?
There are boxer & berdan primer types. They are not interchangeable. You do not see anything but boxer primers for sale here in the USA, although Berdan are available.
This is pretty basic reloading stuff, if you don't know this, you shouldn't even be close to a reloading setup.Time to hit the books! If that sounds grumpy, well, I just watched stupid people re elect one of the most incompetent people ever to the most important position in the world.
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